Marijuana addiction is viewed differently by most people. Parents who grew up in the 1970’s, at least those living in the outlying states of the nation, seem to have one thing in common when it comes to marijuana addiction and abuse….they share a lackadaisical attitude where the dangers are concerned.
Marijuana addiction can start off slow but before you know it, its off and running. For Pauletta’s son, Kyle, the addiction began sometime during his 11th and 12th grade years of high school. It had become a ritual for Pauletta and her husband, David, to inspect his bedroom, locate the drugs, the bongs, papers, pipes and throw them all away. They also performed random drug testing with the mindset that, if Kyle knew they were going to perform random drug testing, then he would stop using.
Marijuana addiction never gets the attention it deserves. Because it is perceived as being the less harmful substance, the negative energy it generates, the damage to the brain it produces and the block to spiritual growth it renders are always overlooked.