So, when I quit smoking weed, at the time everyone in my life was addicted to the stuff. I mean, barre none, my mother, my father, my best friends, my old friends, friends of friends, ex boyfriends, you name it... It was very difficult for me to quit, especially because if I did, it would be pointing out flaws in my surrounding community, and people don't want to admit flaws within their own behavior. I did manage to do it though, after several years of trying, it took me about 3 years of trying to quit before it became obvious that my mental health was severely deteriorating, and mad it obvious to people that it wasn't healthy to smoke drugs at the best of times, let alone when your mentally unwell. I was wondering if anyone else had this problem with weed, as I saw before on a post, it's generally seen as not that much of a big deal, but when you smoke it from an early age, and your exposed to it all the time, if you don't cope well on it, do you think everyone else has a responsibility to help you out if you want to quit, if they really are your friends?