This girl is a stoner.She smokes weed every day and her husband is supposedly paying for it.She is unemployable in any job that requires drug testing and she has made it clear to her husband that his boundaries mean nothing to her.She is responsible for the care of her own child and other children,probably while high.
She is quite the prize.
I have to speak up on this topic- cannabis is gaining more respect in the medical community. Even the National Institutes of Health reported that their studies in mice showed that cannabis has the ability to shrink cancerous tumors and kill cancer cells while preserving healthy ones.
There is also non-psychoactive CBD, a compound in cannabis that doesn't produce a high. There is evidence in peer-reviewed studies that CBD can benefit a lot of people who are currently suffering side-effects while on pharmaceuticals. Some drug tests can also detect CBD and this is a major obsticle for people like truck drivers, who suffer from industry-related ailments like insomnia, etc. who could greatly benefit from CBD/cannabis supplementation.
There is also evidence that small doses of THC (psychoactive) help teens and young adults with symptoms of ADHD. One doctor in Santa Barbara who formerly worked in the Federal Drug and Substance Abuse program for 20 years recommends it to teens in his practice with ADHD with great results in improving their performance in school, and life. He says the stigma surrounding cannabis is a problem and that many teens and young adults who use cannabis are in fact self-medicating.
All of this to say that for many people, including moms with PPD, children with autism, ADHD, or seizures, cannabis can be life-changing and with FAR fewer health risks than pharmaceuticals.
I apologize if this seems like a threadjack, but I wanted to speak up because I don't want the OP to think negatively of his wife for using cannabis, unless she is a chronic user and is using it in an unsafe way around her child. I think the OP's issue here is her inappropriate boundaries around men, not the fact that she uses cannabis.