Family dysfunction caused by marijuana
I have two family members who smoked marijuana for years. And since my family is large one I know that this is the difference that has made them unlike the rest of us. One is now in his 40s and started smoking marijuana when he was age 16, long before his brain was fully developed, in 1986. According to him, he smoked it daily for about 25 years. He still defends his old habit and is all for legalization.
He always says that marijuana is not addictive and not harmful. I always ask him if it’s not addictive, why did you smoke it daily for 25 years, and if it’s not harmful, why did you quit? Continue reading Marijuana Brain Changes: One Family Member’s Testimony