At first it was all good, and she would even smoke up with me sometimes (to humor me I guess) but that didn't last long. And a little while later, inevitably, we broke up because of it. I mean I've been in love before, I've been high too, and love is far superior when it comes down to it...Eventually she started to ask questions like "do you really have to do that every day? I've heard a lot of my friends say the same thing and the general consensus is: If a girl/guy who doesn't smoke pot says she's okay with you smoking pot, she/he isn't. I think I would give up getting high if it was a seriously gonna be an issue in the relationship.This is more specifically about weed but I thought I'd broaden it up to include anything.
They may also use alcohol or drugs to reduce stress or tension in the relationship and/or to cope with the depression and anxiety that come from being victimized.Teenagers are still learning to manage their emotions and make healthy choices.Adding drugs or alcohol increases the likelihood that a person might lose control and make poor choices. He wasn’t as eager or as “in her face” as he had been before they met, but, he was still there. By the time daylight appeared she didn’t remember most of the night and couldn’t walk straight. She thought perhaps all was not lost because of her lapse in judgement.