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Pot and mood swings?

Discussion in 'Seasoned Marijuana Users' started by Pot4fun, Jan 19, 2014.

  1. hey everyone. i just thought i'd share an observation of mine. i dont know if it's just me, but i notice that since i started smoking pot (few years back) the sun being out has a big impact on my mood. like if its rainy/cloudy, im more likely to be in a sad or depressed mood. but if its sunny, i tend to feel upbeat and motivated. before i started smoking i couldnt give less of a shit what the weather was like lol. it could just be me but i know pot can go from making you real happy to real emotional very fast

     
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    I've also noticed this, but I'm not quite sure if it has to do with cannabis, or just people in general.
     
    On a nice Summer, Sunny day, with a warm breeze, are you sooooo much more enticed to go out and play soccer and go for a jog... :smoke:
     
    Rather than if it's a Stormy, Grey, Cold, Sunday evening, don't you just want to sit inside, under a blanket with your warm green-tea. :yummy:
     
  3. its the opposite for me i like the rain n hate when its hella sunny out, i have sensitive eyes n i go out n its sunny its like someone lit my eyes on fire lol Sent from my iPhone using Grasscity Forum
     
  4. You ever heard of seasonal depression ? Sounds similar

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  5. it could be. but its not like i even do anything outside, just a nicer view from my window haha. i was diagnosed with depression about a year ago and it did go away during the summer time
     
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