Story time: my oopsie moment with smoking pot.

Sure, everyone smoked some weed in there life time, some of the people I know are stoners, but have you had an oopsie moment while smoking pot that you might be embarrassed about?

Probably there are lot’s of funny stories out there on the matter but mine was so to speak… Weird…

Before I go on talking about my experience I did a research and in fact you can have a bad “trip” on pot. I did but it doesn’t mean everyone is gonna have the same reaction to it.

Well let’s go on then, shall we?

It was a nice warm quiet night and I decided to ask my future brother in law to make my joint a tiny bit stronger than usual, and of course he did.

When I started smoking, and whenever I smoked pot, the usual thing started happening, I felt like I started sinking in my own mind. Obviously I continued because I wasn’t gonna wuss out like a little bitch but me and my pride got too greedy with the joint and kept smoking and chatting. My fbil (aka future brother in law) asked me if I needed a drink because I looked as pale as casper. So he went in and got me a glass of apple juice meanwhile I didn’t stop smoking and I felt like my head was spinning, kinda the type you get when you get tipsy but this was stronger, and I blinked, or at least I thought I was with my stupid ass brain, and I collapsed on the trash bags and then rolled off to the floor. – hindsight: maybe it wasn’t a good idea to stand next to the trash. Because of that my jeans were drenched in trash water… Fucking trash water… Because it rained the night before.

I woke up on the floor and got up just before my fbil opened the door on my head. He got a bit confused and asked me if I was OK. I went in sat down holding my head and felt like I was gonna throw up. Being inside for a while helped get over this stage. After I got out of those feelings I just went upstairs and munched on some crisps, and fell asleep on my bed.

I smoked joints before but not to the point where I collapsed. So this was very uncomfortable for me. To the point I feel embarrassed about this.

Before you judge me for saying my experience I would like to remind you that I do not disapprove of smoking pot and I do not disagree with the benefits of THC and CBD.

I found some useful information that helps explain my experience and why mine was like this and it might help you avoid the experience.

https://www.quora.com/What-are-bad-reactions-to-marijuana

https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/ypa5ny/why-some-people-cant-handle-their-weed

https://www.webmd.com/mental-health/marijuana-use-and-its-effects

https://melmagazine.com/en-us/story/why-some-people-cant-smoke-weed

https://www.royalqueenseeds.com/blog-bad-cannabis-trip-what-it-is-and-how-to-prevent-it-n717

To be honest if some of my friends offered me the joint I still would take it regardless of my experience.

Disclaimer: I base my observations and posts on personal experience and back it up with research.

Shadows of the Past

This is going to be a series of life experiences that affected the way I am today. These stories are here to show how much certain events can effect person’s life especially if the person is a child.

I am not a perfect mum nor preaching to be perfect in ever aspect of your lives but there are certain things I wanna talk about.

First off a story. When I was in preschool I had a pretty terrible experience because I couldn’t tie my shoe laces when I was about five… There was a certain preschool teacher who made my life hell because of it.

Before anyone start saying “man up” or “it is the past”. Trust me I know. Everyone has their childhood traumas and it is something either needs to be solved or talked about. Mine cannot be solved but it can be talked about.

This particular experience really scared me because I was humiliated in front of everyone there and got smacked on my hand for not being able to tie someone’s apron. I cried like a baby and I truly felt worthless. By the way I was never the favourite of any of the preschool teachers because my family didn’t have much cash to spare for some “tip” for the teachers there.

Looking back as an adult it might not be a big of a deal but if you have certain experiences carved into your memory like I do then you do understand that it is something you will carry the rest of your life. As a child it did have an impact on how my confidence developed – aka very poorly.

Then I realised real confidence comes from experience not compliments.

I learned to “properly” tie my shoes and aprons when I was about 8-10 years old. Before that everytime I tied something I got told it was not how it is done. I did them my own “special” way. Instead of doing a traditional granny knot what I did was folding the two ends of my shoe laces and made them in to a “bunny ear” looped them the way you would with a granny knot and then pulled it tight.

I might just record it for you if you don’t get what I mean.

Anyway, everytime I did it that way I had to start again and again until they decided I wasn’t worth doing it so might as well just stop asking me.

So everytime I started a new thing as a teen I just backed off doing it because it felt like I wouldn’t be able to do it. Thanks to this I missed a lot of opportunities too.

As a parent I try not lose my patience when it comes to my son because it will affect him later on.

The purpose of this article is to make you realise that there are things you cannot particularly change but you don’t need to pass it on your child or on the people around you.

Got interesting story to tell? Want it to be published or just want someone to listen? You can send me an email via the contact box on the blog..

Disclaimer: I will not publish your story without your consent and I respect your privacy. I am not a professional in psychology so I cannot help you professionally I only can read your email to help you get somewhat rid of your emotional pain.