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I found reading the posts here to be helpful when quitting smoking. I figured I’d share my experience in the hope that it might help others in their mission to ditch weed... For reference, I smoked for 4. 5 years. Daily for the last 3 years. 55 days free as I write this. I’ll start with a chronology of what it’s like to quit so you know what you might experience, and later on in the post I’ll write some more about how to get yourself psyched up for quitting and into that “fuck this” mindset! Here’s how it went for me... Day 1) It feels a bit surreal. 8pm rolls round and your instinct is to seek out some weed and smoke. Resist!!! Do something else - ideally something that will tire you out physically. You might (prob will) have trouble sleeping tonight. But guess what? You’re solid and you aren’t gonna bitch out and cave are you? No!!! Good. Your body and mind are used to being in a chemical slumber when you fall asleep. 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At this stage, you are realising with a crazy sense of “wtaf” how insane the concept of smoking weed every single day is in a cult of weed smokers. You realise how strange your defending of weed and weed smokers must have sounded to non-stoners. Week 4) At this stage, you are elite non-weed smoker and are basically out of the woods. You stop doing the weird calendar-watching and stop caring about how long you haven’t smoked in. You have absolutely no desire to smoke weed anymore. You might find yourself around people smoking weed again at this stage but have the ability to say no. It feels great. Week 7) You now realise that by not smoking weed, you have lots of spare time. You are much more efficient and motivated to do small jobs and engage in productive activities such as working out and attending clubs etc. You also realise you are about £100 better off every single week which is the equivalent of getting a 5 grand pay rise at work... tell me that isn’t a good incentive eh!? Here’s the secret: The difficult part of quitting is getting yourself to a place (mentally) where you are 100% ready to leave weed behind and move on with your life. The whole NOT smoking the weed bit is actually surprisingly easy! For me, the hardest part was psyching myself up for D-day where I was gonna quit cold turkey. It seems like the scariest idea at the time but once you do it, you’ll realise how little you actually had to worry about! Go for it! Once you are in the frame of mind where you’re ready to leave it behind... you are in the drivers seat and in total control of your weed-smoking behaviours! Conversely, short term, ‘knee-jerk’ attempts to quit are destined to be exactly that - short lived and doomed to fail. These can be disheartening, however, like cig smokers and any other form of addict, it often takes a number of failed attempts before a successful attempt is made. If this is you right now... persevere! You need to understand that YOU and ONLY YOU can stop smoking. Nobody else is gonna do it for you. I used a bit of a self-hatred and asshole approach to help me quit. Every time I thought about giving in and smoking, I’d tell myself off. Am I really so weak that I will give in? I’m not addicted to heroin I’m trying to stop smoking a non-physically addictive drug here. Be realistic about what it is I’m trying to achieve. Think of the insane feats human beings can achieve under crazy stress and shitty circumstances. I have no excuses if I’m to bitch out at this. My close friends at the time (who are also heavy weed smokers) continued to smoke. I forced myself to completely avoid them and the weed-smoking environment because I knew it would be much easier if it was out of sight & out of mind. To them, I seemed like a dick on my tee-total high horse completely avoiding them. They would send me messages and photos smoking and try to encourage me to join them once more. I got the “cold shoulder” a bit as though id decided to turn my back on the cult. As much as part of me wanted to cave and re-join the safe, familiar environment - I resisted. The saying “misery loves company” is extremely relevant here. Me and my friends were validating each-other in our unhealthy weed smoking habits. I turned this negative into a positive. While they approached my abstinence with a “haha bet you really wish you were smoking weed like us right now” attitude, I would tell myself that I AM better than them with each passing day I didn’t smoke. I wanted to think: “I’m missing out because I’m not smoking with them” but the reality is: “they are missing out because they are continuing to smoke” They were too weak to have the bottle to give it up. I wasn’t. This sense of strength and accomplishment felt great and encouraged me massively to keep going. 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Ask yourself what kind of people smoke weed habitually? Is that the person I want to be? In my case, the answer is no. Is it making my life better or worse as a whole? Objectively ask yourself. We know that poor and disaffected people tend to have these kinds of destructive habits and ultimately they’re doing them to escape something. Whether this is poverty, a shit job, shit social support system or whatever, that’s the general consensus. It’s the same for hard drug users and the majority of alcoholics. How many successful happy people with beautiful wives and holiday homes in the alps sit in the dark and smoke weed for 6 hours a night? Virtually none. Ask yourself why... The sad truth is that the most vulnerable people who do these things find it the hardest to break this cycle, but by stopping the destructive habits and investing time and energy into fixing the broken parts of your life - you have a much higher chance of being happier than if you continue down your dark spiral of substance misuse and self loathing! If you’re constantly hard-up and/or unhappy with the way your social life is (much like I was/am to an extent), smoking weed all the time is like shooting yourself in the foot- big time. Successful, healthy women (if you’re a guy) are uninterested in you because you’re a sad stoner in their eyes, no matter what way you perceive yourself. If you keep it a secret like I did, then you’re leading a fkn double life and it’s like having a secret mistress who you have to make time for on the side hahaha. If you’re poor, spending your last £100 on weed and cigs seems like a reasonable idea. Multiple small releases of dopamine in a sad reality beats sitting at home bored with nothing to do. My advice is to reinvest your time and cash other places and the rest will slowly begin to fall into place. The rich non weed smoker with his holiday home and white picket fence house may well be in that position because he is much more lucky and privileged than you or I. By smoking weed chronically, we widen the gap between him and us. By stopping our destructive habits and reinvesting our time and energy other places, we can (to some degree) level the playing field and also have happy, productive lives. I stopped smoking weed and spent the spare money on a gym membership and starting climbing. By doing this, I’ve automatically given myself a massive personal identity change. I’m now the gym goer and climber, not the sad weed smoker who has nothing going for him! Sorry if this is a bit long winded. There are other things I wanted to add but didn’t want to ramble (any more than I already have). The last part is my perception of reality and might not align with how you lot see constant weed use. That’s totally fine. Some people can use it in moderation and others still stand by it and defend it to the death. I’d say to them... try taking two weeks off and see if you still feel the same about your habits. You’ve got this in the bag. You are much stronger than you give yourself credit for. It’s a mental battle and you can win it with a bit of self efficacy and determination- go for it!!!
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This clashes with the wishes of those around him to just turn off his brain and mindlessly enjoy his fame until the eventual crash. Since Danny struggles with leaving his past behind, he turns to drugs to do it for him. These lyrics help to reinforce the message that Danny’s past was the real beginning of his downward spiral, and perfectly bridge the gap between the previous track and this one. The track’s second verse leans more heavily into the idea of Danny’s drug abuse. He says, “Bought hope, can’t get change, lost my brain, going insane, self-medicate is how I cope”, showing that his drug use is a natural progression of how he copes with his issues. When fame presented itself as not being the escape from his past Danny so desperately desired, he turned to drugs to drown out the pain this caused him. Really Doe- “Really Doe” is the first track on the album to heavily lean into the concept of Danny using bragging to mask his true pain. On the surface, “Really Doe” is a braggadocious posse cut all about living an excessive lifestyle, with featured verses from Ab-Soul, Kendrick Lamar, and Earl Sweatshirt. But upon deeper listening, the song subtly hints at a darker truth behind these boasts. Danny opens the track, with a manic verse discussing his fame. He begins the verse questioning the realness of those who talk down on him, and then rapping about the women he gets and the drugs he does. These opening lines show where Danny is at this point on the album, he’s confrontational and drowning in his life of excess. Danny’s final lines on the verse are filled with contrast, specifically the contrast he feels between his life on the streets and his life of fame. He says that while he used to sell out all his drugs, it’s now his shows that he sells out. 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Fittingly, Kendrick’s verse later in the song focuses on how Kendrick was able to give back to his community, and turn his life of crime into one of honest success. However, before reaching that point, the song uses Kendrick in a different way, for the hook. Kendricks hook has a double meaning, showing two realities of fame. Kendrick says, “They say I got the city on fire, I ain’t boomin’, that’s a goddamn lie”. On one hand, this hook serves as Kendrick bragging that he has the city on fire, this pairs nicely with the exterior message of the track, all the artist bragging over a posse cut, but the hook can also be seen as a denial by Kendrick of his success. Overall the hook sees Kendrick externally bragging, but also telling the less glamorous truth underneath. This hints at the idea that the braggadocious verses of the artist featured on this track might actually contain a darker truth behind them. 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Kendrick begins his verse by outlining how in a world where many make reckless decisions within their lives, specifically with money, he is cautious. These lines are essentially Kendrick calling out the reckless behavior that Danny and Ab-Soul embraced throughout their verses. Kendrick continues his verse by making boast that appear, on the surface, to be about drugs and violence, but upon deeper inspection, prove to be about his success and lyrical skills. This is a unique way to show that Kendrick’s version of the boast made by Danny and Soul don’t embrace their excessive lifestyle. He compares his success in the industry to famed mob boss John Gotti, and his ability to create lyrics to a drug dealers ability to cook up product. He also references how he was able
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