Whenever I have easy access to marijuana, I’ll smoke it.

This is why I can never have marijuana in the house ever again.

Now if you can have marijuana stashed away in a drawer somewhere and you can go for many days without touching it, even though you know it’s there, you don’t have a marijuana dependence issue.

On the other hand, if you have a dependence issue and you know you’ve got weed just sitting there waiting to be smoked, what do you think you are going to do with it?

This is not to say you should flush your stash down the toilet all the sudden and go cold turkey.  This rarely works if you’ve been struggling to quit.


What I’m saying is this:  if you have a sincere desire to break a heavy marijuana habit, you’ve got to let go of the idea that you can seriously cut down and still have marijuana in the house for those “just in case” moments.

I know, I know.  In the beginning it’s like “I still want to be able to enjoy it every now and then, I just want to stop smoking so much.”

This is called “bargaining.”

Hard truth:  It’s actually much easier quit altogether.

Still Want to be Able to Have a Little Toke Sometimes?

But let’s say you still insist on leaving the door open to have a little smoke every now and then in the future, you’ve still got to go through a significant time period of not smoking at all before making a lasting modification of the habit.

You begin by doing a self assessment and then planning out your quitting day.

Before your quitting day, you’ve got to start rewiring you belief system about what marijuana means in your life.

Then on your quitting day you begin immediately with natural detoxification to avoid withdrawals.

Moving forward, you continue to rewire your brain about weed.

Want to know how to do all this?

Check out Quit Marijuana: The Complete Guide