If there's one thing I've noticed about weed, it's that the relation between the herb and the user is so personal that practically everyone feels differently about it. In all aspects, how it makes you behave, how it makes you feel (two completely different things, imo) and most of all, how quitting might affect you.
My physical addiction to weed is nothing else than loosing sleep for two, or three nights tops, and other than that I feel normal. Well maybe a bit tense and frustrated, the same feeling I get after a couple of hours after I wake up and haven't my first cig of the day. In a nutshell, it's nothing I can't handle.
But mentally it all comes down to attitude. If I decide that not getting high is the greatest injustice in the history of the world, it feels just like that. All out rage and homo-tantrums. And if I decide it's not a biggy, then I can go a month or two without it, and not stress about it one bit. The sleep thing is the only thing that I can't 'think away', and it lasts for only two or three nights. I don't even consider it as any symptom of withdrawal, just something that my body needs to adjust to for a couple of days.
And after a month of being sober, I always come back out of love, I fucking love everything about weed and that's that. It's the only drug I can start using over and over again, and never get the feeling I relapsed or something. Mainly because it's the only thing I can do every day without it affecting my daily routines. As an example I could say that I've smoked every day for God knows how long, and not once have I been stoned at work.