Hi OCN. Don't feel stupid. You slipped up. I don't think it's really a big deal. I'm a user to, although I don't smoke weed nearly as much as I drink. I have been able to moderate my drinking during the work week though, as I couldn't function otherwise. On the weekends I generally drink until I pass out and sometimes smoke a little bud as well.
Most of the time i drink alcohol as well and i've noticed they strengthen eachother.
Oh yeah, they do, a lot. If I get good and drunk then smoke just a little
weed, I pretty much wind up blown out of my gord and normally blackout completely. I did that on Friday and Saturday night this weekend and wound up passing out on the kitchen floor both nights. The kitchen floor is a weird and uncomfortable place to wake up but for some reason, I wind up there a lot.
But wanting to quit is important if we want to quit any addiction. You have the desire to quit, or at least smoke in moderation, so that's a good start.
Yes, I think this is the key. You really have to want
to quit. Congrats on quitting smoking and on staying sober. I quit smoking myself about 13 years ago and haven't picked up a cigarette since. With cigarettes, I wanted
to quit, so I did. It was hard but I wanted it badly, and I succeeded. With alcohol, I have absolutely no desire to quit. I can't imagine living life and getting though each and every day without knowing I had that little escape waiting for me at the end. Peace,