A common myth is that you're going to go crazy and see pink elephants dancing in the room. Everyone has a different psychoactive experience with cannabis. Your experience depends on your own emotional context and your perception of the environment. If you have a glass of champagne and you get up on the table and dance around, then you're also probably going to be a little bit wilder if you have cannabis too, this just means you're less inhibited as a person. If you're more inhibited, you're probably just going to sit down and be extremely objective and pay attention to everything that's going on around you. It's a personal experience so there is no definitive answer to that question. Not only that, with strains, there are things that are being developed out to help one way or hurt another way and you just have to be informed and be able to understand your own body and how it reacts to certain situations.
The argument of cannabis VS. alcohol has been a really controversial topic nationally and globally for the past 30 years. All substances can be abused. One of the biggest problems with cannabis right now is we have an entire generation of people that are being told that they can self diagnose, self treat, and self medicate. When in reality they have no clue what they're doing. The argument that cannabis won't be abused and alcohol is always abused is mute. It's incomplete. Quite simply, it's a personal choice. Everyone needs to take the edge off once in a while. Both of these substances are now legal, so it's completely up to the individual.