So this is week 3 of my t break, which I started mostly because I've been smoking pretty much daily since high school (Im 22 now) and wanted to see what sobriety was like. The first week was no problem, I had trouble falling asleep for the first night and didn't eat much the that first day but sense then it's been all gravy in that department. But I have noticed some disturbing things About living sober and it's answered a lot of questions I had. Around the second week I noticed that I was getting very angry over the smallest and stupidest shit. Like yesterday for example, I hit my head on a hanging light and proceeded to rip it off the wall, which costed me 150 bucks. I have hit my head on that lamp 50 plus times while stoned as shit and never really cared. I got into a fight with a neighbor(he owed me 10 bucks), and I haven't been in a fight since middle school. I know for a fact if I was stoned I wouldn't have Gavin the 10 bucks a second thought, let alone punch my neighbor. Whats more disturbing was yesterday after USC(fuck USC) beat Oregon I seriously considered going downtown and finding a car with Cali plates and throwing a brick though the window. I didn't cause I'm smart enough not to get my self locked up but I wanted to so, so bad. I know now why parents and anti weed groups have so much passion fighting free choice, cause their angry and bored of there sober life style. I haven't really listened to music much, it's not the same sober. The music doesn't speak to me like it used to, it doesn't even sound the same. It's like a piece of the sound is missing. Being sober, Almost everything stresses me Out and violence becomes the first action my angry brain wants to take. I've never been a mean person, but being sober for weeks as turned me into a bitter asshole who hates the world. Maybe I'm Just a angry person and I've been self medicating since high school I know now how much weed has helped me. Living sober, I can tell my brain isn't working at 100 percent and I feel much dumber than if I had just roasted a bowl.