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I also have a lot of personal pain associated with drugs and pot in general.
I grew up in poverty, the oldest of six, with stoner parents who often couldn't buy us food but had money for drugs. My and my siblings well being took a backseat - including a brother who was on a respirator for most of his life - and they still chose to smoke pot and cigarettes inside.
He says he does not want to lose me but doesn't want to lie and say he will stop because he clearly can't. I'm glad he's willing to work on it but I still feel anxious about the whole thing. Microdosing is subtler, but I feel like the same idea is there. But here's the other thing - I have yet to stop being anxious about it.
My deep emotional part of myself is very upset about it- wants to cut and run- but I've jumped ship in past relationships when things got tricky and don't want to repeat the pattern. I still don't know if I'm right to do this, but I can't help but categorise people as different 'selves' when they're under the influence of something. We are back together now and he is sober and I still want to cut and run.
I expressed that I didn't know if I could be with someone who was just on drugs all the time. TL; DR: partners recreational drug use making me uncomfortable or am I just being controlling? Never had access to shrooms, but there was one occasion I remember very well where he dropped a little leftover acid into a bottle of water and drank it without telling me.
I just wanted to be in a relationship with S, but he was never around. We can't count on who they're going to be that day.
I know he can’t just stop needing this but it’s unlikely I’ll ever start enjoying it. Pick one, RS: You can continue to spank him yourself (until he’s sobbing and your libido is dead), you can refuse to spank him (which will end with him seeing one of his old spanking buddies behind your back), or you can let him get his spankings from someone who enjoys spanking him just as much as he enjoys being spanked (again, one of his old spanking buddies). In addition to being a nationally syndicated sex advice columnist, the author of several books, and the host of the Savage Lovecast, Savage is “a deviant of the highest order” (Daily Caller).
My partner (32m) and I (33f) have been dating over two years and living together the past five months.
I've spent a lot of time fighting them over this.
For much of my life I identified as straight edge as a result.
I might do some more at some point, but don't see it happening in the near future.