October 15, 2022 by Marjorie R. Rogers, MA (English), Certified Consultant
Of course they can! I know plenty of awesome parents who happen to enjoy smoking weed. Just because someone smokes weed doesn’t mean they’re a bad person or a bad parent.
In fact, I would argue that weed can actually make you a better parent.
It’s no secret that cannabis use is rampant among parents. In fact, a recent study found that nearly one in three parents use cannabis on a regular basis. And while there are certainly some parents out there who are able to use cannabis responsibly, there is still a lot of stigma surrounding parents who use cannabis.
So, can a pothead be a good parent? The short answer is yes, a pothead can be a good parent. There are plenty of parents out there who use cannabis responsibly and are able to provide a loving and stable home for their children.
However, it is important to note that not all parents who use cannabis are able to do so responsibly. Just like with any other substance, there is always the potential for abuse. And when it comes to parenting, there is simply no room for abuse.
So, if you are a parent who uses cannabis, it is important to be honest with yourself about your usage. If you feel like you are unable to use cannabis responsibly, then it is probably best to avoid it altogether. No parent is perfect, but there is no reason why a pothead can’t be a good parent.
If you are able to use cannabis responsibly, then there is no reason why you can’t be a great parent.
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Parenting while high
Parenting while high can be a difficult and daunting task. There are many things to consider when parenting while high, such as how to manage your own use, how to ensure your child is safe, and how to deal with the challenges that come with parenting while high. Here are some tips for parenting while high:
1. Manage your own use. If you are going to parent while high, it is important that you manage your own use. This means being aware of how much you are using, making sure you are using in a safe and responsible manner, and not using while your child is present.
2. Ensure your child is safe. When parenting while high, it is important to ensure your child is safe. This means not using around your child, keeping your child away from your stash, and being attentive to your child’s needs.
3. Deal with the challenges. Parenting while high can be challenging, but it is important to deal with the challenges. This means being open and honest with your child about your use, setting boundaries, and being prepared for the challenges that come with parenting while high.
At what point is someone a stoner?
It’s a tough question to answer, as there is no definitive answer. Some people might say that someone is a stoner when they first start smoking weed, while others might say that someone is a stoner when they start smoking weed regularly. Ultimately, it’s up to the individual to decide whether or not they consider themselves a stoner.
What is a stoner mom?
A stoner mom is a parent who smokes marijuana. While the term can be used to describe anyone who is a parent and smokes weed, it is typically used to describe mothers who use cannabis.
There is no one type of stoner mom, as they come in all different shapes, sizes, and backgrounds.
Some use cannabis to relax after a long day, while others use it to deal with chronic pain or anxiety. Some are stay-at-home moms, while others work full-time jobs. What they all have in common, however, is that they are able to balance their responsibilities as parents with their love of cannabis.
While there is still a stigma surrounding marijuana use, stoner moms are slowly but surely changing the perception of what it means to be a pot-smoking parent.
What are the characteristics of a stoner?
There are many different types of stoners, just like there are many different types of people. However, there are some common characteristics that many stoners share.
Stoners are typically laid back and easy going.
They are often very friendly and open minded. They tend to be creative and have a good sense of humor. They may also be a bit forgetful and spacey at times.
Stoners typically enjoy smoking marijuana and may also enjoy other activities such as listening to music, watching movies, playing video games, and spending time with friends. They may also enjoy eating food, especially snacks. So, if you’re looking for a laid back, easy going, friendly, and creative person, you may want to look for a stoner.
Just be prepared for them to be a bit forgetful and spacey at times!
Is being a stoner a personality trait?
No, being a stoner is not a personality trait. However, there are certain personality traits that may make someone more likely to be a stoner. For example, people who are more laid back and easygoing are more likely to be stoners.
People who are more creative and open-minded are also more likely to be stoners. So while being a stoner is not a personality trait, there are certain personality traits that may make someone more likely to be a stoner.
In today’s society, it is not uncommon for parents to be concerned about their children’s future. With the ever-changing landscape of the world, many parents are now turning to marijuana as a way to help their children cope with the challenges they may face.
While some parents may be hesitant to allow their children to use marijuana, others are beginning to see the benefits of pot use.
A recent study conducted by the American Academy of Pediatrics found that children of parents who use marijuana are less likely to develop substance abuse problems later in life. In addition to the potential benefits of marijuana use, many parents are also finding that it can be a helpful tool in parenting. For example, marijuana use can help parents bond with their children and create a more open and honest relationship.
It is important to remember that each family is different and what works for one may not work for another. If you are considering marijuana use, it is important to speak with your child’s doctor and make an informed decision about what is best for your family.
About Author (Marjorie R. Rogers)
The inspiring mum of 6 who dedicates her time to supporting others. While battling with her own demons she continues to be the voice for others unable to speak out. Mental illness almost destroyed her, yet here she is fighting back and teaching you all the things she has learned along the way. Get Started To Read …