Marijuana is very addictive!

by Anna
(VA Beach, VA)

It is a fact Marijuana is addictive. I have seen it first hand and it has torn my marriage apart. We have been together for 16 years and now are separated. He is mean and tells me how horrible of a person I am all the time first in hopes I will be so upset over it I won't mention the pot.

I have allowed this and I should have been stronger. Now the amount of resentment has doomed us and there is NO help or repair in sight. He spends $120 per week on this and has for MANY years. Had I seen this 16 years ago I would have run for the hills. Yes, he did smoke but not this amount-me being laid back didn't help I'm sure of it now.

Many suffer from this so my story isn't special but my heartbreak is real and sometimes overwhelming. I wish there was a great support group in my area but there isn't.

For anyone going through this I only wish the best for you but please remember you're also important and need to live your best life.
God Bless.

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