Hey friends,

I created this website to share the story of how Quit Marijuana – The Complete Guide by Seb Grant has changed my life, and how I went from an everyday stoner to drug-free with his help.

I wanted to start by sharing my history with marijuana addiction.

During high school I smoked every day after school with my friends. This lasted for a few months, until I eventually stopped hanging out with them because of drama in the group, and along with them my weed supply went away. Those few months of being stoned all the time made a big impact on me. I loved being high. It was the first time I really had a social life and felt like I was doing interesting things, and the high itself was very strong. Music never sounded so good, the world never seemed so full of interesting things. Although I never “saw things” like hallucinations, cool images would flash through my mind seemingly at random.

A few years later when I made some new friends who were into smoking, I came back in full swing. I had more money to spend on weed, more freedom, and a more stressful life that made getting high so much more satisfying. Although I started smoking socially, it was only a couple of weeks before I started smoking when I was alone too.

Within a month, I was hooked again. I was going to college at the time, and for awhile I would just smoke after I finished my classes. I’d start in the afternoon with my roommate, then keep smoking every 2 or 3 hours the rest of the night until I went to bed, regardless of whether I was hanging out with anyone or just alone. Before my first year was through, I was often smoking before several of my classes, the ones that I didn’t think anyone would notice in. Looking back, I’m pretty sure people would notice. It’s easy to smell when someone has been smoking weed.

On the weekends it was pretty much routine to put $20 or $40 towards a sack with a couple of friends and we would kill it before the new week started. I was back into smoking in full swing.

This is what I consider the first two phases of my pot smoking addiction. I fell in love with it in high school, and when I had the freedom in college to smoke as much as I wanted, I did not have the willpower or motivation to control myself.