My friend is dating a pothead
The fact that when he gets with this one friend, it's all about doing drugs.I just feel like when you get into real life — aka after college — it's important not to have your social activities revolve around drugs, no matter how innocuous they seem." – Emily, 26, writer's assistant, Los Angeles, CAThe Dating Dilemma"I seem to gravitate toward a certain type.It was like having a third person in the relationship. Now, I am an everyday weed smoker, and I do think it helps my depression..my relationship with my boyfriend. The way dating is today, the girl can be the aggressive one, going after the guy.I broke it off." – Lee, 24, fundraiser, Boston, MA The Medical Marvel"Depression has run in my family for generations. I've tried every antidepressant under the sun, and nothing ever really worked for me. A bunch of my friends don't use cannabis, and they're like, 'How do you do that?I'm kind of outside myself, observing, instead of in it and in my head. And afterward, I feel like I'm more open to talking about something that happened or something that I liked.
Just as a disclaimer – you can get some pretty strange reactions if you wander up to a non-smoker asking if they want to share your joint.
Just like I do yoga and he rides bikes, it's just another thing. He packs bowls for me — he's the organizer of all the weed stuff, and I just smoke it.
My boyfriend is an engineer for a tech start-up, and I run my own business as a web designer.
I used to have so much fun when I drank, and now it's just not that fun anymore.
When I smoke, I like who I am a little bit more, and I'm able to express myself better." – Kristin, start-up founder, NYCThe Third Wheel"I was dating this guy who was otherwise very sweet and wonderful, but there was an addiction issue.
I had a bad experience with weed a couple of months ago where I fainted, so I stopped smoking.