Smoking weed with your family members can be a real bonding experience. The initial awkwardness of partaking in a session with the people who birthed you may have you feeling like you’re breaking some unwritten law. But, once you get over that feeling and become comfortable in the situation, it can be pretty awesome.
Singer-songwriter, Melissa Ethridge, revealed that she smokes pot with her kids during Yahoo’s Weed and the American Family project.
“It was funny at first, and then they realized, it’s a very natural, end-of-the-day [thing] … And it brings you much closer. I’d much rather have a smoke with my grown kids than a drink,” Ethridge said about her shared cannabis use with her kids.
The stereotypical munchie-driven stoner-dude persona is a thing of the past. Your regular stoner is starting to look more like the mom and dad next door. The couple who just wants some peace and relaxation time after their kids go to sleep. Marijuana can help individuals relax after a long stressful day. And who’s more stressed out then a couple of parents raising their kids?
Whether it be with your kids, parents, uncles or aunts; smoking with your family can be a great experience.
If you’re feeling weary about initiating a session, remember that your older family members have probably dabbled with Mary Jane since the 70’s. While there is a lot of benefits of smoking up with your family members, you may find some downsides. Here are some pros and cons of smoking weed with your family.
Pros of Smoking Weed With Your Family
Let’s start with the positives. For parents, smoking weed with your child may make you question if you’re making the right decision. But, like your child’s first