Missevo, since you are already starting to show flowers I wouldnt top it now, Keep working on the LST and you can bend the plant all the way over in a week or two. Once you get the plant bent, you will have reduced its height by almost 50%. You can keep LST-ing other secondary branches as they stretch & keep it under control. Use a loose non-slip loop on the main branch (not a leaf node) about 1/3 of the way down from the top. Like lowd says, just don't tie it tight or it will damage the plant. Tie another piece of string all the way around the rim of the bucket; use this to fasten your LST string. Each day pull it down further. If you go too aggressive & it breaks, no big deal. Go ahead now & pick up a roll of gauze tape at any drug store (are those legal? They sell drugs????) & save your next popsicle stick. If you don't use popsicles, good reason to start . Anyway, if it snaps, just straighten it back up, center the popsicle stick in the middle of the break as a splint, and wrap the stick & trunk with the gauze tape. The top of the plant may wilt for a couple of days but it will come back. And don't be surprised if you get an explosion of branches at the node where it broke. Search here for supercropping & you'll understand. I had a plant once with two huge top colas, on each of the new branches from where I topped it. Was doing some rearranging and heard something crack - the plant had split down the middle about 4" or more into & down the main trunk. I wrapped it with a shoelace & the plant never missed a beat. By the time I harvested I could not pull the two apart, healed completely!!! Right now is a good time to learn to clone, it won't hurt a thing if you have a small side branch lower on the plant. Go about 3-4 " back from the tip of the branch to make the cut, more or less. Cutting about 1/4" below a leaf node increases your chances of rooting. There are several good cloning threads on here, if you don't find any let me know & I'll look up one of my old posts & link you to it. You can build a mini-bubble cloner from any small plastic container, a few 2" net pots & neoprene collars, and a small aquarium pump & air stone. If you have the pump, $5 in parts will be all you need. I much prefer rapid rooter plugs for cloning, works great & can transplant with absolutely no shock. With rooter plugs you don't need the neoprene collars. Or the bubble cloner. Just take the cutting, insert in a wet rapid rooter plug, sit it in an egg carton, put it under a 23W CFL & you're in business. When the rooter plug changes color from almost-black to a medium brown its time to water. You can visually see it getting dry, just don't let it get crusty-dry before watering the plug / clone. I'm a little buzzed tonight, if I missed anything let me know. Otherwise let us know you you progress, & bestaluck to ya!