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Quitting Dip on Monday, August 10th, 2020


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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.

For me it's about doing whatever it takes to never have anyone look for me or question my commitment. A commitment to quit dipping, so I am no longer living like a shallow, selfish and sneaky addict everyday. I am grateful that these guys will hold my feet to the fire if I don't show up. It won't come in the form of a “hope all is well and by the way are you gonna post today?” I fully expect to be told to get my shit together because I will most likely need it, in the event it ever happened. Quit is an attitude change that won't take long to manifest itself - after you prove to yourself and us that you've got the balls to make it through some nicotine withdrawals without running back to the can for a one pinch at a time cancer addiction.

If your brain is telling you that you deserve a dip, or you can have a small quick one, don't listen. You don't deserve a dip... Dip is not a reward, it’s a burden. As an addict, you need to learn about Quit.  Quitting dipping doesn't mean you white knuckle it through the day.  Quit is your new way of life.  Taking nicotine off the table with a scroll post forces you to start up new routines.  Never look back.  After the first couple of days,  you’ll be over the biggest hump.  Keeping active here will keep your mind trained on what quit really means.  Read all you can on here.

This is the time and the place that you will succeed. We support you but we cant do it for you. I never intend to go through what you are going through again, so I won't. You won't have to either. Quitting is as simple as being determined and being a man of your word. It's all about discipline, baby. If you want it bad enough, you'll do it, simple as that.


It's time to Quit Dipping. 

You wouldn't be reading this if you didn't know that. People don't casually browse the internet for cures to an addiction that you don't have. You know you are addicted, whether you admit or not. You're not sure? Have you ever tried to quit before, and failed? How many times? 

No matter what strategy you have employed in the past, we all know it hasn’t worked. This place will. The excuses you have used in the past won’t work here. The temporary withdrawal symptoms of quitting dipping are not going to kill you.  We know, because we all survived them. They're actually not that hard to manage if you have the correct mindset. No, you're not more addicted than we were. No, we don't care what brand you used to chew. Yes, you can actually function at work and home without your “crutch” to make you “more relaxed”.

Your life will improve dramatically once you quit dipping. You might remember stopping for a few weeks, and you have an idea that it was hell 'because you had quit'. It was hell because you didn’t know how to quit until now.  We’ll change your mindset, and we will lay out the timeline of quitting nicotine. The only thing that you need to do to succeed in a 100% effective method of quitting dipping is to show up here every day, listen to the advice of the members, and follow the only two rules we have here....

Post your promise not to dip every morning, and keep your word. 

If you are ready to quit, go to today's Quit Scroll and post your name and Day 1. Look for messages on the scroll or in your inbox from other dudes who have done this already. Or start an intro, and you can have a centralized place for people to welcome you, offer some advice, or kick your ass when you need it. If you think you are not ready to quit, what are you waiting for?

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Gosh, I remember when I thought a dip was a reward.  In a long meeting?  Dip is just in the other side.  Have a long drive home?  More alone time with dip.  All online at the house?  You get the picture.

That is how I used to think when I was a slave.  Once I learned how quit and embraced the quit lifestyle the light went on for me.  It was never a reward or anything that enhanced my life, it was a toxic poisonous killer creeping through my veins and I did it to myself!

Stop being a slave and click on the quit scroll link and take back your life.  Whether you continue to use or decide to be quit is a choice.  It’s a simple decision you can make to change your life forever.

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