Your concerns about marijuana use over this three year period are well-founded; the marijuana available today is seven to ten times stronger than it was twenty years ago, and has been known to induce difficulty with thoughts, feelings of persecution and paranoia, depression and anxiety in its users. I can assure you that with proper help, this will all get better than it ever was before you started to use, but it does require some action on your part.
There is more to quitting three years of marijuana than just stopping to smoke it or eat it. Your symptoms could signal an underlying problem that the marijuana simply unveiled. It would be important for you to see your family doctor and get a referral to a counselor knowledgeable in chemical dependency to evaluate you now and as you stay abstinent. Marijuana remains in your system a lot longer than usual drugs; it takes time to clear, and it takes time to heal. Follow these simple suggestions and your future is very bright. And I applaud you for seeking help and asking these very important questions.View Thread