But you may.
My name is Dr. Jeffrey L. Reynolds and as an addictions professional, I’ve helped thousands upon thousands of individuals enter outpatient substance abuse treatment, inpatient drug rehab and long term residential placements to find a path to a substance free life. Many of those folks were struggling with alcoholism or drug addiction, often related to prescription pills like Xanax, Oxycontin, Percocet, Vicodin, Adderall, heroin, cocaine or other drugs. Some were pot smokers whose dependence had progressed, but very often marijuana addiction – especially if it’s addressed early – can be treated in a less restrictive, less clinical setting.
If you’ve been smoking pot for awhile or have some underlying conditions like depression or anxiety, you may need professional counseling, a support group or a rehab in order to quit. While cost, convenience and some other factors can get in the way, you may need professional or peer-driven help like a 12-Step program.
Most people you use marijuana, however, don’t need treatment in order to quit. They need a goal, a plan and some support. That’s why I recommend this online self-guided program if you want to stop smoking marijuana.
The Quit Marijuana Guide works because:
- You can do it from the comfort of your own home
- In privacy without anyone hassling you
- At your own self-guided pace
- Inexpensively – the guide costs less than most people spend per day on weed
- Without having to go to rehab or meetings
Now that you’ve found the solution, are you ready to invest a few bucks in yourself?
Or will you just close this page and keep doing what you’ve been doing?