Woe is unto those who sought a high and found a low. My congratulations go to Prof. Roger Roffman for convincing the National Institute on Drug Abuse about the intricate nature of marijuana dependency.
For many chronic pot smokers, the effort to quit smoking becomes a perplexing issue concerning lifestyle and emotional needs. Marijuana is a sort of psychological anesthetic that acts as a hindrance to emotional growth and personal development. This capacity to dull the senses also acts as a detractor to a potentially sharper mind and a higher form of spirit.