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Dating expert Molly Peckler believes such scenarios can spark meaningful relationships away from the TV cameras.
But she feels there’s always been one missing ingredient: cannabis.
Her main goal, she said, is to give people who happen to use cannabis the confidence to come out of the “green closet” and help them find success in life and love.
“I talk to a lot of people who have faced stigma when it comes to dating and finding someone who accepts them for their cannabis consumption,” she said.
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