I had quit smoking weed for exactly 2 months. Then I went to see my friend who I hadn't hung out with in a while and she broke out the weed. I've smoked three times in the last week and a half and feel so guilty over it. My sister was so proud of me for having quit after smoking every day for over 20 years. Then I stupidly called her last night after I smoked with my friends and she knew I was high. I felt like a huge disappointment. I plan on telling my friends that I can't hang out with them if they're going to be smoking. I mean, when you're a coke addict, they say you have to change your friends. I don't want to change my friends. ONe of them is my best friend and has been for 15 years. I think it's best if I just stop hanging out with them for a while or tell them that if they're smoking, I can't hang. :-( Damn, I didn't know it would be this hard.
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