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How can I get my boyfriend to stop smoking weed ? | Just Stop Smoking

How can I get my boyfriend to stop smoking weed ?

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Well my boyfriend doesn’t stop smoking weed, in the beginning of our relationship everything was fine and he didn’t smoke it, we’ve been together over a year and he started smoking it like right about at our 6 months of dating, and I just want him to stop but all he says is that he’ll try but he won’t stop, what can I do to to make him stop for sure ? I need advice :(
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6 Responses to “How can I get my boyfriend to stop smoking weed ?”

  1. Jodi D Says:

    You can’t. If he had to choose between you and weed, you’d lose. He might try to pretend to you, for awhile, that he had quit, but even if you found out that he hadn’t, he wouldn’t quit.
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  2. caaaad Says:

    Your smart and he’s not. Dopers are usually dopers and there are many reasons why they want to numb themselves and run from life. Over eaters do it also as do a list of other behaviors. This is a test for the quality of your relationship. Don’t give in or minimize it. If you can’t work this out why continue. I would suggest a break with no contact. While on break I would reevaluate why your ok with a junkie. Sounds to me like you can do a whole lot better. Of course once he sees how serious you are he will reconsider, and so it will be for the rest of your lives. You taking the lead and him kicking and screaming. I would kick him to the curb and found someone on your level of intelligence
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  3. Canaan'N'Eli'sMommy Says:

    Sweetie it will never happen. I’ve been with my bf for almost six years, and I’ve been trying to get him to stop smoking weed for 5. He won’t stop smoking it until/unless HE WANTS TO. And the girl above me is right, if he had to choose between you and the weed, YOU WILL LOSE. So if there is no way you can accept it (and no one says you should have to), then you should just move on.
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    Personal experience

  4. volcomguy27 Says:

    First of all, you have to tell us what it is about the weed smoking that bothers you.

    Does he waste all his money on it? Does he smoke so much that it is holding him back? Is he using it to escape from his problems? Because those are all legitimate reasons to quit weed (at least for a long time, until the problem is solved).

    However, do you not like it because the government, PSA’s and fake studies tell you it’s bad? If he is living a normal, happy life, then I think you could stand to be a little more open minded. I hate to beat a dead horse, but marijuana is far less harmful than smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol, even though the idiotic US government places it in the same category as heroin.

    So, if there is a real problem, like the ones I mentioned above, simply explain to him how it is being detrimental to him, in a calm way. Make sure he knows through your words and your tone that it’s just because you care about him, and you noticed a problem he was having. Never insult him or say anything that could be percieved as an "attack", because that is one quick way to get him to not listen to you. Instead, frame it as a positive thing. It should be more of a tone like "oh, look over here, this looks pretty awesome" rather than "Don’t stay there, that place sucks" if you get what I mean. Try to do way more of the former and less of the latter.

    However, it just sounds like you are opposed to weed because of all the negativity surrounding it. If you want a little truth, you could watch a documentary called "The Union: The Business behind getting high". Or you could also do some research of your own. And no, not on any anti-drug sites either, because those statements are completely biased. As a marijuana user, I know from first hand experience that they completely exaggerate the harmful effects of marijuana to the point of flat out lying and fear mongering. You CAN use marijuana your whole life (after you’re 18/21 when your brain is developed enough) with no harmful effects at all, if you do it right (vaporize instead of smoking, know the right time to use it, as in, don’t show up to work stoned, make sure you budget right, if it’s illegal, keep it hidden, locked away, maybe in a scent proof bag, etc. etc. just common sense, personal responsibility stuff)

    Remember, weed itself isn’t harmful. It’s how you use it, that can POSSIBLY be harmful. So if he has a problem, address that it’s HOW he smokes weed, and how he is using it in a way that is not good. However, the same way society views occasional drunkenness as an O.K. thing (though I think drinking is a pretty nasty thing to do to your body), marijuana can be much safer, more enjoyable, healthier alternative if used correctly.
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  5. xcrocks Says:

    you cant make him stop and shouldnt. its his life and he will only resent you if you try.
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  6. Bhgirl Says:

    start yourself dont be so dull
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