Depression and Marijuana – Parents For Pot, Testimonial, Subtitle

Depression and Marijuana – Parents For Pot, Testimonial, Subtitle


Depression and Marijuana
Parents for Pot Alright, so I’m going to talk
about my depression for a little bit. My mom brought me into her work
when I was like five or six years old and they diagnosed me
with a ADD and depression. Depression! Ok!? At six years old? And anyway they put me on Vyvanse
and that didn’t work. Then they put me on Ritalin
and then Adderall and then the Adderall started working
and then they upped my dosage. I remember my dosage
being to like 75 milligrams. I feel like that’s like
too much for a child. Too much for anyone probably,
any of that is just awful for you. But I remember feeling like a zombie and just like, I can describe it
as when you’re coming down from a trip and you’re just like
womp-womp-womp-womp. That’s how I felt
every day going to school and then I just realized
that was just not right. And then around like 12, 13 years old
I started dumping in the toilet before going to school or I would sell it to my friends. And I started smoking pot with my mom at 12 and just occasionally because I liked
that feeling a lot better than taking my medicine. And I just think it’s crazy
being that young and realizing the difference and knowing that pot is completely natural. And people look down
on me today for needing it. But what do you need on a daily basis
to cope with your issues? You want to go smoke a cigarette
when you’re like having a stressful day at work and that is toxins
going through your body. Marijuana has no toxins. You want to go driving
and you’re texting while driving, that’s deadly! You’re putting your life
at risk like doing that. I’m not putting my life at risk
medicating with my medicine. The deodorant you use
has like cancerous chemicals and I don’t know I just, the list goes
on and on what you do on a daily basis. And I just smoked a bowl
and I’m completely happy. A couple hours ago
I wanted to just run away. Because the house is a complete wreck
and I’m going have to clean it up by myself and Dylan won’t stop crying. And sometimes a mom life
gets really overwhelming and I’m 20 years old
and my daughter is completely happy and she is so healthy
and so funny and like… I love her so much! So I’m going to continue
to naturally medicate and be a great mother and yeah!
Bye!

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