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Weed brings forth regrettable memories

Discussion in 'Apprentice Marijuana Consumption' started by Roflspammer, Jul 31, 2012.

  1. Almost a year ago I did something regrettable to an innocent person. I feel great shame for it and I want to fix it.

    I usually smoke weed daily. When I do, I always am really happy and have really great thoughts. But then an hour in or so, I always think about what I did, and it is unsettling and upsetting.

    Recently I went on a t break. It is currently day 9. Just now I realized I haven't thought of that mistake I made once. Usually, when I smoke, I think of it once or twice a day. I know weed is doing this, and I need advice on how to fix it. It's like the weed unlocks these memories which sober me ha repressed.

    What I do now is just let the thoughts run their course, is that what I should do? It's been almost a year as I said... Is that not enough time to heal? These assessments on my actions put a damper on my high because for some reason I associate these thoughts with coming down. Also I am really filled with sorrow for the mistake I made... I wish I could fix it, so naturally my high becomes pretty sad. It's not a good feeling, and is actually quite depressing. Any advice? I know there is no quick fix, but perhaps some one knows how to start
  2. Healing can't take place without change. I don't know what you did, but I do know that there's no going back. You did what you did and you have to truly accept that. Being okay with the situation is the only way I've found to put things behind you.
  3. I experience exactly what you described recently in relation to some things I'm not terribly proud of. It's like your conscience is holding you hostage and lecturing you in your head.

    I don't know why or how but it just stopped. I think it was a result of me coming to terms with the fact I can't change the past and being sincerely regretful.

    My advice would be to think it over, really thoroughly while sober. You need to help yourself get past the guilt of whatever it was you did. It's kind of like self therapy I guess. After that get high and see how it goes, if you are still consumed by regret try your best to put things in perspective. It's also advisable to just not get high if you're in a bad mood.

    Based on my experience with this it should gradually stop happening in time.
  4. #4 Ronald U. Swanson, Jul 31, 2012
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    If you still feel guilty then you haven't made it right.

    You must find a way to make it right so you can find peace.

    Use weed to help you. Dont smoke a lot at first. Dont get stoned. Take a hit or two and get a nice high going but only to the point that you are still sober. Do this a few times and see what kind of thoughts come through your head. Small amounts may help you think through and process your thoughts instead of have you focus on one thought and feel guilty.

    What happened, happened. You can only make it right now.

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