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You can also follow along on Facebook and Instagram. New readers, welcome to Dear Wendy, a relationship advice blog. My husband and I have been married for nearly a year, together around six. We have a very healthy and happy relationship in all areas, but lately have been struggling with one basically minor issue — his weed smoking.
I essentially wanted him to not buy or smoke weed ever again after our wedding, while he wanted to continue smoking every day. We agreed on once or twice a week, at most, would be okay post-wedding. Since the wedding early last year, he has not upheld his part of the agreement, and I am very annoyed.
We have tried to discuss it rationally, but I shut down in frustration during the conversations. This has all sort of exploded in the past two weeks, and it has lead to lots of bickering between the two of us. Do I just need to suck it up and have the conversation a thousand more times?
Should I tell him to deal with it on his own? Just for the record, we live in a state where marijuana is illegal, and a positive drug test or citation would have very detrimental effects on his career.
What were you expecting would change after your wedding that would motivate your husband to quit or at least cut back? Why was it ok for him to smoke as much as he wanted before you got married but not after?
And if your big concern is the illegality of marijuana where you live, what difference does it make if he smokes once a week or every day? You need a different argument and I suspect you have one, but what is it? Does HE know what it is?
Because that would go a long way in giving him some incentive to change his habit. Right now, there is no incentive for your husband to change his behavior. Usually in a deal, the person asked to make a change is offered something in return.
What have you offered him? What does he get out of not smoking pot so often? Are you offering anything in return but the promise to quit nagging him about that issue, anyway?
Without a basic agreement on reasons or a major incentive to change, there really is no motivation for him to quit doing something he obviously enjoys except to make you happy and to stop you from complaining.
Is your happiness worth more to him than his own personal enjoyment? I have no idea. Is your complaining annoying enough to motivate him to stop? You want him to quit smoking — or to at least cut back to once or twice a week.
But you have to be very clear about WHY that is so important to you. Honestly, though, I think this is an issue that would have been better dealt with before you got married.I guess my question is whether you and your readers think that this behavior is excusable because email is new to him, or whether my initial gut reaction (disbelief, frustration, outrage, etc.) .
Worth good $80 dollars dudes weed.
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If you're writing the amount on a check, where the word "dollars" is preprinted at the end of the line, the convention is to write "Forty-two thousand and 00/", which is then followed by the pre-printed "dollars".
If you're writing in most other contexts, the convention is to write "forty-two thousand dollars and fifty-seven cents".
If there are no cents, you simply leave that off, as in "forty-two thousand dollars". Ben Cort spent a decade inside the drug and alcohol addiction treatment field and is now is a consultant to the industry. Ben joined the drug policy conversation at the national level in Sep 24, · Was this worth $40?
Discussion in 'Surveys, Polls and Questions' started by hakkalugi, Sep 19, But I know these kids that paid $60 for a gram. Pretty good weed but i wouldn't pay $60 for it. Pass Da Blunt, Sep 19, #8. thats 5 or 10 dollars id say 5.