Stuart says that except for the three years he was in the military, he has smoked marijuana for the past 50 years and now he can’t function without it.

Stuart’s wife, Renee, says the problem is that he isn’t functioning and his health is at risk.

“I’m not having fun,” says Stuart, who claims he started smoking marijuana at age 5 to cope with childhood trauma and says that his dependence on marijuana controls everything he does.

When Dr. Deena Manion, a psychologist, licensed Clinical Social Worker, and Clinical Officer at Westwind Recovery Centers says she is willing to help, does Stuart say he’s ready to make a change?

Watch Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil, ‘“My Husband Needs to Smoke Weed,”’ to find out!

And later, Marijuana has been decriminalized and legalized in many parts of the U.S., and now there are other drugs being considered for legalization. Hear why experts are on the fence about whether psilocybin mushrooms, commonly known as “magic mushrooms,” are the future of fighting mental illness.

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