I'm 24 and have been smoking pot since I was 14. It was just an accepted thing in my home growing up, my Dad did it and I was allowed to smoke in my room. Even then I wanted to quit and I defiantly didn't see myself smoking for the rest of my life. I've let many opportunity’s, including university, pass me by because of a pot induced lack of motivation and that makes me very sad. At this point in my life I am determine to quit but have been successful only for short periods of time. I was able to quit for the longest when I was pregnant and had the support of my husband but then things just went back to the way they were. Since then I’ve realized there are two main things that continue to hamper my progress: my husband who smokes pot, is convinced it's a miracle cure-all and gets it for free from his Dad ( a legal grower) and the mentality on Vancouver island, where I live, that pot is not a big deal. I know this isn't true but when I'm having a craving it's just too easy to buy into. I don't know what to do I love my husband but I also have a daughter I have to think of too. I feel NA is for harder drugs is this true? does anyone have tips on seeking help or maybe a similar situation to mine where you found a solution?