I have smoked pot now just about everyday for the past five years since my husband passed away. I have a seven yr. old daughter and since she was three, she has had a pothead for a mother. I also started to use coke about three years ago, I am trying to stop that too. I feel so guilty when I'm high and my daughter is the one paying for it. I have wanted to stop for a long time but just fall into the temptation and over and over again. I think that trying to quit smoking pot will be much harder than coke. I tend to take my moodswings and irritability out on my daughter and I dont want that to happen. I am hoping I can meet a friend or two who is going through similiar experiences or has gone through. I want to be the mother my daughter deserves but I'm scared of going through the withdraws of smoking. any suggestions?
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