Parenting & Pot
Pot and parenting may seem like two totally separate worlds, but for the parents sharing their stories with us this week, that couldn't be further from the truth! Read about moms who medicate, the issue of race and cannabis in the face of legalization, and even what happens when you give your 84-year-old grandmother her very first pot brownie. It's all right here at Ravishly's Conversation series.
“It helps me in ways that have enabled me to grow as a parent, in all honesty. Cannabis guides me to this calm, present state of mind."
Submitted by Laurel Dickman | 04.19.17 1pm
Let me start with a confession: I am terrified of teenagers. I’m particularly petrified of having some of my own. At four, six, and seven, my kids are a few years away from adolescence, but I can’t...
Submitted by Olga Mecking | 04.17.17 12am
I often think about the people in my hometown whose lives were ruined because they live in the “wrong” state. That same stigma causes me to feel horrible after I smoke.
Submitted by Anonymous | 04.17.17 12am
We’re living in a time where parents must do the impossible dance of humanizing the world to their children, while at the same time shielding them from the potential of other humans to cause harm.
Submitted by Jasmine Burnett | 04.17.17 12am
There’s nothing distinguishable about a cannabis user. Most of us, you’d never pick out of a crowd.
Submitted by Jessie Gill | 04.17.17 12am