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Lack of Motivation After Quitting Pot

Group Therapy: He Quit Pot and Changed — For the Worse

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I knew from the beginning that he smoked pot, I wasn't 100% with it growing up and I experimented so I couldn't judge. Things got more serious and we moved in together. Everything was great. He always hinted that he wanted to give up smoking pot as most of his friends had. So I asked if he would give it up as talk of marriage and kids and buying a house was in nearly every conversation.

He is off it nearly 3 months now and hasn't looked back. But he has completely changed for the worse. He is withdrawn, sits in every weekend, nothing can motivate him, mood swings to beat the band, and piled on the weight & sex has gone out the window, he ain't the same man that I met. His friends have even seen the change. I knew that coming off it could cause some effects. I really love him and prepared to fight for him but I'm at a loose end. I tried to talk to him and I might as well talk to the wall cause he just sits there and looks at me. I'm hoping that someone might have had a similar situation cause I don't know what to do next.

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