Me too bro I’m two weeks without coffee, yesterday, and two weeks without medical cannabis this coming Sunday. I’ve been using cannabis for 17 years. I feel good. I too have gone through times of wanting to quit. My senior year in high school I stopped for almost a full semester (I was very active at church), I went three weeks in SE Asia not using cannabis (I didn’t want get executed and I drank 2 beers/day), and six weeks in jail free from cannabis. These are the longest times of freedom from cannabis addiction since I first began. I have chosen to quit for my mental health and professional career development. The biggest notice I have since quitting, is very vivid dreams, which I’m told will pass. I’m also happy I haven’t drank alcohol since last year. My sister dropped out of med school because of alcoholism, returned to med school, has graduated at THE top of her class, and she is also completing her MBA at the same time. No more, alcohol, cannabis, loritabs, mushrooms, X, coke, crack, tramadol, DMT, codeine, xanax or cid. I’ve been overcoming sex addiction too. I probably have an addictive personality, so I want to get “addicted” to the right things. I think one of the best pieces of advice from an alcoholic in substance abuse treatment was, “When I feel like drinking, I just take the money and go buy groceries.” Eating healthy is so much better for us. Also, if we have enough food, we stay stacking sats I’m really proud of you man, and you should be proud of yourself too. No doubt, shout out to driveshow.tv for the motivation and extra push. I was so stoned three weeks ago, feeling very good, but then I had this random dark thought to go and swallow all of the medicine prescribed to me for mental illness.Too much cannabis will exhaust the dopamine and serotonin in our systems, which can cause clinical depression. Life is too short, and too beautiful to be wasting precious time and resources on unhealthy addictions. I’m glad that you are feeling great and strong, me too man. I’ve been enjoying exercise, eating well, a few days of work, naps, and gradually more time with family.