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It depends if the weed is Shwag
I have severe COPD. If my child were to smoke, I would get them medical and psychiatric help immediately. While it seems to be a fairly mild problem, it is not. Addiction, regardless of the addictive item, is serious busines. It is best to get help and get it asap. I wish that had happened for me!
Susan11125 wrote:I have severe COPD. If my child were to smoke, I would get them medical and psychiatric help immediately. While it seems to be a fairly mild problem, it is not. Addiction, regardless of the addictive item, is serious busines. It is best to get help and get it asap. I wish that had happened for me!
lighten up susan, and thank your lucky stars that your child smokes pot. the things that they COULD be doing are so much worse than marijuana.
I did. he's not 18, or 21. so I took oit away from him and grounded him. What I did with it is another story...
omomma wrote:I did. he's not 18, or 21. so I took oit away from him and grounded him. What I did with it is another story...
All of mine experimented. None of them used it after high school and college. None of them are still using it. (No, we all talk about it.) None went on to stronger drugs. Only one of the 4 even drinks alcohol more than once a week, and she's a chef, so its mostly wine.
Depends on the definition of "kid" - 5? 15? - lots of room for ways to deal with it...(1/2 day kindergarten classes leaves a lot of leisure time)
I have lucked out so far. My daughter is 18 and so against drugs, I don't think she ever will try them. However, if she does, I think it would be a passing curiousity, and nothing to kill her for.
"I'm not mad at you, I'm dissapointed."
As a nurse I lived by example and was (still am) very close and involved in my kids lives. They are 30 and 23, never smoked, never tried drugs, no desire to. The older one drinks wine with her husband on rare occasions. I am very proud they chose healthy lives.
I would be furious, because that would mean I have kids.
Well it looks like all of your kids are saints. Mine are still not even in school so I don't have these kind of issues yet. The way I figure it if you over react on some thing like smoking pot, then they might try other things and make sure they don't get caught, which could put them in more danger.
charliekwalker wrote:I would be furious, because that would mean I have kids.
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