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Quitting Dip on Monday, November 25th, 2019


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If you are looking for a quit dipping support group, all of the members here quit dipping using the same process, through the accountability offered by this website, and quitting dipping cold turkey. The following was written recently by a member of Quitting Dip.

If you stick around and quit dipping, you'll be amazed at how easy it is to spot addict speak.  That's what we jump all over and kill - like a cockroach with the heel of a boot.  It's like when you're a student and you wonder if the professor can tell whether or not you're paying attention when you're on your laptop in class; if you have the opportunity to get up to the front and start teaching, it's so completely obvious when someone is taking notes, and when someone is scrolling through Facebook.  Utterly obvious.

The shit you've been spewing (up until today…) is your addiction talking.  It's not the real you.  We are telling your addiction to fuck off - and you as long as you're intertwined with it.  We know the real you is in there, yearning to break-free.  Most people won't truly separate from their addiction, it's too scary.  So much of our identity was wrapped-up in stuffing that shit in our mouths.  But it's Stockholm Syndrome.  Shit, dude, I remember thinking once that dip was my only true friend - the only one who never let me down.  It's not true.  The opposite is true.  Your addiction is pure evil and it wants to kill you.

Dip never did anything for you except ruin your life, keep you away from your friends and family, and hold you back from becoming the man you were meant to be.  When you realize that, you will be beyond angry at dip, like we are.  When you truly understand how completely enslaved you were, you will be furious.  Embarrassed that you ever let yourself become that loser, and livid at the insanity of a plant controlling your every waking thought.

Some people never let it go, even through years of a "stoppage."  They always miss it.  They always feel like they're kinda missing out, and wish they could have just one more.  That's not quit, and that's what we guard against so fiercely here at Quitting Dip.  To "become quit" means to truly change.  We are restored.  With a simple post on the scroll first-thing every morning, our addiction is contained and rendered harmless every day.  It's a goddam beautiful thing.

We will know the instant the real you shows up here ready to quit dipping.  But as long as you're that addict who's just trying to stop long enough to lie to himself that he's not addicted, you'll get nothing but the business-end of our quits.


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