Jump to content
Quitting Dip

Quitting Dip on Memorial Day, 2019


NotSloth
 Share

Recommended Posts

Ready to quit dipping, and wondering if you can do it? Will it be too hard? Prepare for the worst, and deal with the symptoms of nicotine withdrawal as they come. What is the timeline of quitting dip? I never had anywhere near as much trouble as I did during that first week. I was dealing with insomnia, cold sweats, headaches, etc. That could be down the road for you, or you might find a way to head those symptoms off, whether through exercise, drinking water, or using oral fixation substitutes like hard candy, seeds, or fake chew. Listen to the wide variety of advice guys will give you here, and find what works for you. Either way, no looking back, just forward. You will hear “embrace the suck” and this means  “remember how this feels, focus on what it means, and never go through it again”. For me it was more a matter of learning to slow down and focus on the craves. Breath deep and know that I can control this. You will find power in beating nicotine.

People have different symptoms of withdrawal and struggle with different things. But every quit is the same. It all starts with the quit scroll. Any urge you might have should get cancelled out immediately by your scroll post. Because you are either  a man of your word, or you are not. When you're ready to join us, put your name on the quit scroll. Until then, I can tell you that quitting will be the best and most important decision you've ever made. The bottom line is, if you want this to work, It will. Quitting dip is important, and it should be easy. You'll be amazed at the feeling of liberation that comes with quitting nicotine. Most of us have made many positive steps in other aspects of our lives, and the catalyst was quitting dip.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

 Share

  • Recently Browsing   0 members

    • No registered users viewing this page.
×
×
  • Create New...