Experts suggest ways to correct the habits that keep us from resting well.
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It is so obvious who has experience with pot, and who doesn't. I am a highly functioning adult/parent who has smoked pot for years. I have always been a straight "A" student and have been stoned for every class/test/at work etc... I am not bragging in any way, just proving the point that any "addict" of any other drug can not function at a high level for years, w/out serious repercussions. When I have quit at times, I have no side effects. It is a habit, get it right. I eat Subway three times a week, I guess I have a habit, or is it an addiction? There is no OTC medication out there w/the same calming/happiness effects as marijuana.
And why is shaming people with addiction the only way to help them?
How a simple psychological bias could be hurting people with addiction.
Are we burning ourselves out or are we going soft?
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