Well, I'm not proud of my behavior yesterday, but it must of helped. My less difficult child (16 year old daughter) and her friend were up in daughter's bedroom yesterday when I began to smell pot. I have repeatedly discussed the "NO DRUGS, no alcohol, no boys" rule with her, and I thought she had it straight. I caught her smoking pot this summer, and took away her phone for a month. I also made her go to substance abuse counseling. I've been under a lot of stress with difficult son in jail, and working 60 hours a week. Something just went through me, I am just beyond through being a single parent and teenagers taking advantage of me. I have explained over and over and over again that mom is a nurse, that's how I pay for all the luxuries you enjoy. She knows I can lose my license if drugs are ever found in my home, and I also won't tolerate my home smelling like an ashtray. I just blew up, started screaming at her, raised all the windows and had my phone ready to call the police. I think she was in shock, because she's never seen me act that way. Well, let me just say the friend left the house with the bong , and I've never seen my daughter act so well behaved in a long time. She cleaned her room, helped me carry in groceries, and helped cook dinner. I don't care what anyone says about "it's just pot, it's not a drug, and it doesn't hurt anybody." I can say pot totally changes both my kids attitudes, makes them lazy and unconcerned about everything. This high grade weed they call "loud" makes them hallucinate too.