Dating a chronic pot smoker
When he moved in, I told him that he had to keep it to one designated room.
I am not thrilled with this but I guess I am too tired to argue about something he isn’t planning on quitting.
It really doesn't work for me to be out at a restaurant or have plans to go see a play later and for him to say 'I can't because I have to go smoke.' That necessity was totally disruptive. I bounced around on different medications to try to fix that, and nothing really helped until I tried smoking. I had a boyfriend with a very low sex drive, and it was too much for him. He's a musician, and cannabis and music often go hand in hand. All his friends come over and try the vaporizers, giving real-time feedback.
It was like having a third person in the relationship. Now, I am an everyday weed smoker, and I do think it helps my depression..my relationship with my boyfriend. The way dating is today, the girl can be the aggressive one, going after the guy.
Would you like him better if he took antidepressants?
He's totally out of it and quiet, and his breath and saliva taste really different and not appealing.He does not smoke cigarettes or do any other drug but needs his daily joint.I, on the other hand, do not drink, smoke or do anything and never have.Dear Stanton, I am writing because my boyfriend is a daily pot smoker.We have been together for almost five years and for five years, it has been the one aspect of our relationship that I would consider a huge problem.
Here, eight readers light up the highs and lows of dating in the stoned age.