If Withdrawal Were Easy

If withdrawal was an easy and short lived process, I believe there would be little reason to never want to repeat the pain and suffering associated with this very difficult process.

Those of us who have experienced our own level of success separating from any future use of Weed, who survived the horrible list of some or all of the symptoms below, know that to relapse would surely be ill advise (Insane?).

  • For those of us just starting out with their own journey
  • those of us who are several weeks, several months in
    and
  • those of us who have worked at earning a substantial degree of clean time

Can surely benefit from a reminder of how hard withdrawing from the use and abuse truly is:

Anger, irritability, and aggression.
Feelings of nervousness and anxiety.
Restlessness.
Decreased appetite or weight.
Depression.
Insomnia.
Experiencing strange or unsettling dreams.
Headaches, nausea, vomiting, sweating, and abdominal pain.
Tremors.

Wherever you might be on your road to recovery, be proud of the difficult work that you are doing, toward an unadulterated clarity and reality and being brave :star_struck: through this difficult process​:pray::hugs::pray::hugs:
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Absolutely! It’s like we’re all in the ultimate “Withdrawal Olympics” and every day without weed is a gold medal-worthy achievement.

Let’s face it, we’ve conquered some epic boss levels of withdrawal symptoms, and the fact that we’re still here to tell the tale is nothing short of heroic. So, to all you withdrawal warriors, keep flexing those withdrawal muscles, and remember, you’re leveling up in the game of life!

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We are warriors one and all💪

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