Hi I have been smoking marijuana for a little over three years. To all of yyou I know its not that long of a time period. I started on my sixteenth bbirthday, now I am nineteen. It took me well over a year to start smoking on a daily basis. But the last two years of smoking was an every day thing. No more than a gram or two a day. I have now been clean for two weeks exactly. I stopped because I started getting scared. I was thinking wayy to deeply and having anxiety about things I shouldnt worry about. Now that I have stopped I have it way worse. I think about dying a lot and it scares me and I get wayy worried or parinoid about things that I shouldnt be about. Will all of this crap eventually dissapear completely. I have been praying also to be healed. I can notice better days but then worse days. I know the toxins and poisons are leaving my body and thats most of the case. My main question is, will I ever feel the way I used to Four years ago before I ever touched pot or any substance? BTW I only have smoked weed and drank alcohol. No other substances did I ever try. Alcohol is not a problem either. Just drink it very occasionally. Thank you so much. This horrible feelings are just really getting to me and it is very hard for me.View Thread
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