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  1. To the guys who don't like the video, and who left angry comments, thank you for your engagement, page views, and shares, this video is going viral thanks to you and my daily subs are at record highs, I truly appreciate your help. With that said, if a random YouTube video is able to trigger you to the point of rage and using your valuable time to write angry comments, maybe consider that your state control and time management is not where it could be.

    Also, consider the idea that maybe you clicked on and watched the video because you knew it applied to you, even if subconsciously. And maybe, the reason you're angry is because the message hits close to home, and it's the same message you heard from your mom, and your teachers, and your ex girlfriends. And maybe they were right. And maybe you're in pain, and you use drugs to try and cope with that pain, but the drugs only make it worse, and you know it's a problem, but you can't face it, and so your response is denial, rage and shooting the messengers.

    If you want help with quitting, feel free to check out my article here https://revolutionarylifestyledesign.com/how-to-quit-anything/. If you want help with depression, state control, mindset and moving forward, feel free to check out the mind section of my website here: on moving forward, feel free to check out the mind section on my website revolutionarylifestyledesign.com/mind.

    To the guys who found this video useful, and have been able to use my experience and insight on the subject to level up. If I was able in any small way to help you beat a drug addiction, I'm really happy I was able to help, and I really appreciate all your comments and support.

    Either way you want to take it, this video like all my content, is just my advice and opinion, which you guys are free to take or leave.

  2. ‘It took a lot from me and gave me nothing’ damn dude, that’s some REAL talk right there, going through some pretty bad marijuana withdrawals at the moment, I quit 5 days ago and today is the worst day, feel dreadful, but your vid helped man, thankyou for sharing

  3. Why smoke man when you can be lively without these brain altering shit stuff. I smoked 2-3 joints daily for 18 months, ended up in abnormal irritable behavior stress money wasting low grades in academics cutting of from social world weakness zero body figure zero stamina no thinking low iq getting dumber dependence sloppyness depression emotional trauma psychosis. It’s been 3 years now and I am fit as horse getting my grades good and in my knowledge I consider my self the most positive and enthusiastic guy. Don’t do weed, alcohol, and other drugs. Fucking work hard, be an athlete live in real world. Stoners just wake up brothers

  4. I quit a week ago got a good call from dit (commercial diving school) that was my wake up call to quit weed forever I realized afther all these years smoking since middle school I wasted alotta of productivity and determined to get my life on track

  5. I get high everyday and I’m tryning to stop because I feel like I’m always dreaming or not really here and this video really seemed to help thanks for that.🙏🏽

  6. I fucking hate potheads, dude. The ones who smoke all the time and don't get anything done and are lazy as all hell. I smoke, for the simple fact that I suffer from depression and anxiety. What I do is microdose. So I get enough in my system to reap the benefits but not too much as to cause me to be a zombie all the time. I've tried multiple medications, from lexapro, to Prozac, to risperdal(however you spell that). That all made me wake up groggy and feel like absolute shit throughout the day. Ever since I started smoking though I get good sleep, wake up earlier and happier. I no longer get extreme anxiety to the point of puking and I just generally feel better. I would say unless you can do so responsibly and you can still function don't touch the stuff. And I've heard up until you're 25 your brain is still developing so something mind altering like THC can actually harm you. There are things like high CBD strains and CBD oils etc. Which CBD is the non-psychoactive ingredient in cannabis. It's been proven to help with loads of things. Might drop the THC and go to CBD since I'm only 23 :T

  7. I just decided to quit after 26 years of smoking weed everyday, from 92 to 2018 November, it’s costly it has no reward, it will suck you dry if you become addicted to it I would spend $200 to $300 a month plus drinking Remy Martin cognac , I was always functioning I had good jobs sold a lil coke on the side. Man trust if I could have those years back I would , life goes on I stop because there was no growth on my part. It has no value,but if your not growing it yourself you don’t know what your smoking it could be sprinkled with other narcotics ,

  8. Today will be my second day without weed after 5 years of nonstop smoking. The first day sucked, I was so fucking bored and depressed and my video games felt so boring. When I woke up this morning and got in the shower, I was amazed at how clear-headed and energized I felt. I felt like I could actually go outside and do something productive, not sit in my room and play video games all day. I think I'm going to sign up for a gym membership now and start doing a lot of running. Its time for a big change in my life, and I encourage everyone else watching this to consider if weed is really worth it or if its just a detriment to your life. If you're going to keep smoking, I highly recommend refraining from smoking until the end of the day, or to smoke only to reward yourself for a day of hard work. Don't let it control your life.

  9. I’ve stole money from my mom just to get high, even reached the paranoia phase. Once heard voices in my head for a good hour after getting really high, of course I’m still hopelessly addicted to the substance but hey what a inspirational video!

  10. I smoked right before watching this video and I can honestly say it started shifting some gears in my head. I used to smoke occasionally but it snowballed into daily wake and bakes which has killed my productivity & drained my bank account over the last 2 years (about $11k CAD). This video made me do a lot of self reflecting, I think it's finally time to change.

  11. I’m 27 and started smoking when I was 14. Pretty much been smoking that whole time and I just wanna be done. Done done done!!! But unfortunately I just couldn’t even imagine what my life would be like without it. I’m not in denial like most, I’m very well aware of my problem. I need to grow the fuck up and stop wasting money on this bullshit but just feel so hopeless. Literally waiting on a text to get some bud today while I type this. 😕

  12. I 100% agree with this guy, Its true i started as a pot head at 15 years old and despite the fact there is not fiscal harm but believe me at a young age you get lazy, paronoid in the sense of feeling insecure and overthinking shit there is no need to, I love weed but it is definitly not good at a young age, Just wait until you get passed all the teenage bullshit

  13. I can totally relate.I got fat, junky, lost money and failed out of school. Weed definitely was something that was in my way of true happiness and success. The only way I was able to stop was when I detoxed my body for 2 weeks prayed for healing from the burden of weed… then when I was offered weed I DID smoke it again.. But had a really serious allergic reaction to it and broke out in really bad hives felt like fire of hell in my body and had to go to the ER. Since then I hate it and won't even touch it. Love this video and keep up all the positive work. I can tell you are so over Weed and will get plenty of Blessings!

  14. I couldn’t agree with you more, i’ve been smoking for 7 years and i’ve finally stopped it’s been 3 weeks and my life is getting better and better by the day.

  15. Weed can put you in a state of depression.It will also make you lose focus on what’s important ,most people don’t smoke the weed they let the weed smoke them.It is a drug and you can be addicted I been there done that.Make sure all your responsibilities are handled before you think about putting a blunt to your mouth

  16. Man I'm 25 and I hear you, no uni degree just working dead end full time jobs and smoking weed all the time. I feel like I've missed my shot at a good life and my life will be hard as shit from now on because of that. Ah man. Better stop now

  17. If you smoke weed in the morning, say goodbye to your productivity for the day. Weed should only be used at the end of the day when all responsibilities are finished. Too many people let weed become their happiness and it will leave you with nothing in the end if you do that.

  18. I'm 21, a few months ago I came out of an almost 10 year depression through the power of Jesus Christ. The last couple of months I've been getting energy back, but there was one thing that started nagging my mind: the bible tells us to be sober but I kept smoking weed. Today is my first weedless day in years, I know it will be hard because all of my friends smoke weed, no exceptions.

    The hallucinations are demonic, hallucinogens can take you to the spirit realm where Satan and his demons are.
    In my case after my depression I saw haunted faces in front of my minds eye. The demon that was manifested in me (depression) came back to try and make me susceptible to negative thoughts again. I rebuked it in the name of Jesus Christ.

  19. I take one-two hits a couple times a day to help with my anger issues, depression, and patience. I’ve been working on these issues with my parents, counselers, and myself in DEPTH since I was 6-7 years old. I workout 3-4 times a week, have a successful career, and a beautiful family. I carry a medical marijuana card and grow on my own for virtually free. I’m sure there is some negative side effects to it that I’m not aware of but when I sit here and reflect on it the positives in my situation FAR outweigh any negatives that I can think of and that you touch on. I’m sure marijuana effects people in different ways and can slow peoples ambitions but for me it hasn’t had any of these effects I hear about and that you touch on. I like to hear everyone’s opinions and the facts to back it up but for me marijuana has helped me to become a better version of myself. I don’t get “stoned” personally, I just take enough to relax my stressors. Maybe one day I’ll have my issues all figured out but after all the work I’ve put in and all the different methods I’ve tried this is one of the things that aids in my advancement.

  20. A lot of what you're saying is true, but i feel we must be careful not to trade one vice for another. Example weed for money(also a vice) It's best to strive for a life without any vices. Anyway thanks for the vid and all the best.

  21. I’m really struggling to stop weed. I feel like sober me and stoned me are completely different and I feel like it is holding me back. I rely on weed to eat which is the only thing that keeps me on it. I feel super depressed and reclusive and want this to stop. Any tips? (I quit bud once for 8 months but am struggling to do it again)

  22. I smoked weed daily/every few hours for about 10 years straight, and strictly dabs within the past year to be "cleaner." I quit 2 months ago and it was the best decision I've made, for many reasons. The final straw was when I had a blood test and was notified that my thyroid was functioning poorly, and my entire autoimmune system was starting to suffer. Well, it stayed there, and I had no idea what it was. Low thyroid function causes problems like anxiety, depression, hair loss, weight gain, inflammation, you name it, and I didn't want to be on a prescription medication for the rest of my life. I stopped weed for a month and everything returned to normal, and it was only after that I found studies linking low thyroid function among weed smokers to THC. I didn't even notice the damage I was doing myself until my doctor became involved. It's easy to miss the harm being done without an outside perspective, especially because the damage is done slowly overtime.

  23. This past year, my first year of college, I was part of a group of people who practically depended on weed for their lives. They smoked multiple times a day, never got their shit done, and only wanted to smoke. One of them even dropped their classes last quarter just to sit on his ass and get high. Another failed a class because he couldn’t control himself, and now he is changing his major from Economics to Comp. Sci. If he continues to act the way he did last year, he’s going to fall off the fucking map. The other two, both girls, have been turned into something else because of weed. Next year, I am planning to leave that group because I want positive influences in my life and friends who I can have fun with.
    Look, I’m not against weed. I Smoke but as long as I can get my shit done (school, job, and extracurriculars). But addiction, relying for it to prosper in life, pushing weed away for other people, and becoming depressed without it are where I cross the line.
    All in all, those four are heading down the drain, and I for one will not be apart of it.

  24. Thank you for this video. I am 22, and have been smoking ritualistically since I was 12 years old. My fiance and I had a serious discussion, and I realized that I spent an entire decade of my life high. It was a huge wake up call. We smashed all of our bongs and pipes, and threw away all paraphenalia. I woke up the next day feeling free. I know the tendency is to think that its no big deal, smoking pot is passed off as something that people just do, and I see so many young people, some of whom ive been close to, waste all their time, money, energy, and thought on smoking weed. Its always debated, and people pass it off as a no big deal thing, but marijuana IS addictive. People try so hard to defend their addiction to it. But if you're like me, and if you feel guilty smoking, and wonder why you get high all the time, and think that you can be doing so much more if you didnt, GIVE IT UP! Please, it will be the greatest thing you've ever done.

  25. Thanks Will enlightening as always, since this video I've abstained for the last 39 days and I have had a marked reduce in my anxiety. Listening to your video's has made me rethink my destructive behaviours and set me on a new direction. You really gave been a positive guiding post for change in my life, next is alcohol…thanks again and keep up the good work in the game of life.

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