Remember, these “brain malfunctions” have become so commonplace that many people have come to think of them as normal. We now think it’s “normal” that children, teens and twenty-somethings are showing these symptoms and we laugh when it happens when we should be worrying and looking for causes and solutions.
These types of “brain malfunctions” have become so commonplace that many think of them as normal. It’s now so “normal” that children, teens and twenty-somethings are showing these symptoms.
My ex-boyfriend was a big pot smoker. Marijuana was a part of his everyday life. But not mine. Unfortunately, the second hand smoke was always around and affected me. People in my family repeatedly asked me to take tests to prove I wasn’t smoking and made references to me smoking pot but I never even did! Apparently, the 2nd hand exposure was enough to give me symptoms and “get me high”. Well, I finally “got a clue” and left him, but by then I was an emotional and physical wreck. Six years of exposure is a long time.