We warmly welcome Jordan Davidson to the EBM Speakers Meeting. Jordan’s willingness to share his experience is a great opportunity for all of us to learn. Whether you have a loved one struggling with marijuana addiction or if you are the one struggling, please come and hear Jordan’s experience, strength and hope. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask Jordan questions at the end of the meeting. See you all there!
From Jordan: My name is Jordan Davidson. I am 20-years-old and a sophomore at American University in Washington, DC. I study Political Science and Arabic and work as an intern with Smart Approaches to Marijuana. I first smoked marijuana the summer before my sophomore year of high school. Over the course of two years, I began to smoke more frequently. My addiction began in June 2018, right after I had finished my junior year of high school. I was smoking marijuana, mostly by using a dab pen, multiple times per day. During my senior year of high school, I made the decision to stop smoking and get help. I have been sober ever since and have over 2 years of clean time.
Join us on the first Friday of every month for messages of hope and healing from the impacts of marijuana. We welcome a different speaker every month who will share their experience and provide pathways to find serenity as we navigate through today’s pro-marijuana/drug culture. Whether you’re grieving the loss of a loved one or trying to recover yourself, this meeting is for you. There will be a Q & A at the end of each meeting.
This meeting is appropriate for all family members ages 16 and up.
Link To Meeting
Meeting ID: 872 9417 0134
Every Brain Matters Recovery Community is built on a foundation of love, willingness, and HONESTY. We seek to create a culture of healing.
The expansion of marijuana is negatively affecting people in many ways: addiction, psychosis, suicide, homicide, DUI’s, Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome, and other incidents of injury or trauma resulting in harm or death, overdoses, and where marijuana was a gateway, companion, and/or relapse drug.
This meeting may be recorded with the presenters and the participants’ permission.