Hi, my name is Rosalina Mendoza. I'm 21 years old, I dropped out of school when I was in 8th grade. I live in Minnesota. I work for the company Kelsey's Neighbourhood Bar & Grill and my occupation is agricultural product sorter. I'm addicted to Marijuana. The first time I smoked weed was during the summer before 8th grade. I was really curious to see what it was all about. I had a few hits, but didn't really get stoned. Later, I smoked some more. I got so high I didn't even know what was going on. The next chance I got to get high, I jumped on it. The more I did it, the more I liked it. I loved the way pot played with my head.
From smoking weed I got some short term physical effects from using this drug like I have memory problems and anxiety. I also got some long term physical effects from using this drug like addiction and dropped out of school. I have some symptoms from smoking marijuana like dizziness at times, red eyes, dry mouth, increase heart rate.
The drug abuse has affected my family life from being kicked out of my home and having my whole family not talk to me or want any part of me in there life's. Not having anybody to be there for me when most needed. The drug abuse has affected my social life from losing a little amount of my closes friends but I;m fine with it all. How I abuse weed is by smoking like 5 blunts every 30 mins, I cant go without weed that's my number one thing I cant live without. I spend about $50 weekly k=just fro my self to make the right amount of rolls.
Where I smoke is usually at my friends house either in there basement or garage and if not there then anywhere not noticeable outside. Before I started to smoke marijuana I started off with a different drug called cocaine. What occurred my encouragement of smoking weed was my friends influenced me to start young. I have gotten into illegal trouble from catching a building on fire from when i had serious anger issues. I've gotten in so many trouble in school before i dropped out form being caught smoking in the girls bathroom to fighting someone everyday.