Medline Plus also links to health information from non-government Web sites.See our disclaimer about external links and our quality guidelines."To put this in perspective we would need to prevent 23,000 people using cannabis to prevent one case of psychosis." However, Mr Hamilton stressed there were “caveats” to this overall picture.“Most of the seminal studies on this link were carried out when people were using lower potency cannabis,” he said.
Due to the extreme anger (we had previous experiences where his anger was directed physically at me)combined with his fault thoughts I had to stop seeing him including the need for a protective order (threatened to kill me, kill other friends, etc) He moved back to his home in Chicago, (I live in Dallas) but kept calling me.
There appears to be only a low chance of developing psychosis as a result of using cannabis, a review of existing research has suggested.
After a review of existing research, Ian Hamilton, a lecturer in mental health at York University, concluded that stopping people using the drug would have a relatively low impact on the public's mental health.
And then it went to wishing me a slow death, etc etc.
No contact for past 2 months, then he starts to call again 2 weeks ago.