It’s high time we put the most enduring myths about human behavior to bed, and see the mind—and the world—as it is.
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I smoke pot a few times a week. I am 19, started at 18. I'm in second year of psychology and my semester average is 90%. I have the same job I had two years ago, I get called a "perfect employee". I have very good relations with my family, and friends. I'm active on the dating scene. I take dance classes, I write, I'm planning to do my Masters and Phd and open my own clinic. I do volunteering twice a week in a lab. And I am a stoner. Weed doesn't change you. You change the way you want to change, and don't take responsibility, so you blame weed.
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