You do not envisage a change for nothing. Certain elements of your life have become unsatisfactory to you, they are at the origin of your desire for change. List these elements well, even in writing if possible. They will be the red thread of your motivation.
To stimulate your reflection, you can consult this list of motivations very commonly expressed. To stop is to no longer suffer:
- Problems of attention, concentration and memory that may have an impact on school or work life
- To be uncomfortable with people
- To be surrounded only by smokers
- To hide (relatives, relatives, ...)
- To fear sanctions (at school, at work)
- Anxiety or paranoia
- "Bad trips"
- Of avoidable expenses
- Respiratory diseases such as chronic bronchitis
- Increased risk of developing cancers of the mouth, throat and lungs
- Accidents when driving or handling machinery
- Heart problems (for vulnerable people)
- Psychiatric disorders (for the vulnerable)
- Loss of motivation in its businesses
Make your own list!
To weigh the pros and cons
At the same time, there is not only bad in your consumption; It is normal to consider two opposing poles of motivation. This is called ambivalence. You still have aspects that you like in cannabis while others have become painful to you. The change would involve dropping some consumer benefits to get others.
Here again an exercise of reflection is useful:
- List all the good sides of your consumption
- Then list all the worst sides
You get an accurate panorama of the stakes of your decision! Which side is your balance? Do you have more benefits to change or stay in the status quo of consumption?
Do not hesitate to speak with a professional who will accompany you in this reflection.
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