A Marijuana test
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Find out if you are you addicted to weed
1. Has smoking marijuana stopped being fun?
2. Do you ever get high alone?
3. Is it hard for you to imagine your life without pot?
4. Do you find that your friends are deterred by your marijuana use?
5. Do you smoke to avoid dealing with your problems?
6. Do you smoke pot to cope with your feelings?
7. Does your dope use let you live in a privately defined world?
8. Have you ever failed to keep promises you made about cutting down or controlling your dope smoking?
9. Have you ever failed to keep promises you made about cutting down or controlling your dope smoking?
10. Has your drug use caused problems with memory, concentration, or motivation?
11. When your stash is nearly empty, do you feel anxious or worried about how to get more?
12. Do you plan your life around your pot use?
13. Have friends or relatives ever complained that your pot smoking is damaging your relationship with them?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions, you may have a problem with this drug.
The results of this self test can provide you with useful information, but it is only a self test and not a professional diagnostic assessment. You should never a substitute a self-evaluation test for the advice of a trained professional, who can understand and evaluate you particular situation.
Once you've evaluated yourself with this test and you think that you can uses further help, you may want to look into Narcotics Anonymous (NA) or MA. These meetings can be very helpful, and you'll also develop a support system.
You can also seek out the advice of a mental health counselor trained in addictive disorders, and there are rehab rehabs that specialize in the problem
Counseling When clients come to me with a cannabis addiction, we talk about their situation and then I give them a written assessment. This way I can actually measure how addicted they are to the drug and find out the best method to work with them.
With pot addiction, it's often better to start by not eliminating the drug 'cold turkey'. I use a harm reduction approach, cutting down, giving the client more coping strategies, until the person finally tells they want to stop. (Yes it's true, they actually say that)
Gradually you realize that with less drugs in your system you have more energy and motivation to do other things. Through counseling you begin to do the thinks that you've been procrastinating. You develop a more positive outlook on life, and more money in your pocket.
Getting off pot is a win/win situation.
You make a choice - turn off life or live it. And once this happens, you don't want to go back.
(Source: Marijuana Anonymous)
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