I know Chappelle got run down in his fictionised account in "Half Baked" but are things serious for a marijuana addict? Although, primarily it should be about self-control, things can get hectic on marijuana. Personally, have struggled to quit for over 2 years, and still can not go for more than 5 or so days without reverting (through various excuses) to getting high. I blamed boredom, curse the notion of needing to quit, attribute it as a positive thing. But the reality is, when you abuse it (just like any other mind-altering substance) it can take you on a road of mixed reactions. I would NEVER substitute the values of peace, humanity, spirituality and objectionability that marijuana has subjected to me - truly a timeless "Marijuana Opened My Mind" tale. But I have also experienced, first hand (and experiencing) a "Cannabis Psychosis". I beleived I am talking to and contacting personalities in an effort for world peace, I took myself seriously when I proclaim that I am God, the Devil, Jesus and the Anti-Christ. Mentally, it get's hectic. I contemplated suicide and experienced extreme rage over my delusions. I am currently on day two of not smoking marijuana habitually. I will never cease the action, in fact I would like to bring back the ritual and wonder of the past-time. Thanks for reading.