Yes, good moms like weed, too.
Cannabis is legal now, but after decades of ‘just say no,’ legal doesn’t always feel like acceptable. But if you’re a mom who happens to like — or be curious about — cannabis, you’re not alone: 26 per cent of Canadian parents admit to consuming weed.
As with other social beliefs rooted in misinformation, education is the antidote to stigma. With that in mind, here are 10 expert tips for understanding the troubled history of cannabis prohibition, talking about the plant in a healthy way, and establishing your responsibilities as a weed-loving parent.
Know your cannabis history
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Realize that it’s complicated
Remember that cannabis has been in families forever
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Don’t judge yourself (because someone else is already doing it)
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Consider talking openly
Include your kids in the conversation
Lock your stash
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Set a good example
Be careful with edibles
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Remember that you’re not alone
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