Roll Call For Saturday September 19th, 2015

Kill The Can Roll is dedicated to helping people quit all forms of smokeless tobacco including dip, chew and SNUS. We believe that the drug NICOTINE is our enemy and that until you are free from the drug you are addicted to, you cannot be free from your addiction. If you are looking to quit dipping can help. We will not tell you it’s easy because it isn’t. Quitting dip may very well be the most difficult thing you ever do. Adding a support system to your quit can be the difference between success and failure. The best quit dipping support system available is the forum.

Roll call on the KTC forums is simply our DAILY promise that we will not use nicotine in any form for that day. This includes all forms of smokeless tobacco, SNUS, cigarettes, cigars, electronic cigarettes and nicotine replacement therapy (NRT). We don’t worry about forever.  We quit today and tackle tomorrow when we get there.

Use this blog post to post your daily promise. Leave a comment below with your forum screen name, days quit and your quit group.

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  1. Wow, thanks guys, sounds like I’m not alone. This place is the best, wouldn’t be where I’m at in my quit without it. Much appreciated.

  2. Day 1, I promise to stay nicotine free. It has been a decent day, planned it so I was running a 5K this morning. Hope the extra water and exercise pushes the demon juice out quicker. Been dipping over 30 years,copengagen has been my drug of choice.

  3. Day 312: I spent a night in the ER due to chest pains around day 110 or so. I think we all get more attuned to our body after ridding the poison we’ve dumped into our system over the years. I hope you can find a healthy way of dealing with hardships.

  4. Day 49. Hang in there Dan. It can absolutely be stress. For me, dip was a huge coping mechanism. Not that it actually helped with stress, but it was a way to take my mind off of it.

  5. I promise to quit.

  6. Day 292. ( 9776) an old land line number. I quit with all of you today. For self family and friends. NIC FREE IN 15.

  7. Over 200 days into my quit & I gotta ask if anyone has ever had chest pains after quitting? Long story short, had bad chest pains last week, like grab your chest like Fred G. Sanford pains. Never have had them before. I’m a 44 yr old guy, in decent shape. Go to get checked out, everything is OK thank goodness. Doc could not figure out the problem. Been under alot of stress over the yrs, badly handicapped son along with lifes other obstacles. Someone suggested anxiety & stress may have caught up to me & without the dip, which may have been my coping device, all of this shit came to a head. Is it possible 200 days into my quit something goes haywire? Sounds crazy but plausible.

    • One week ago I woke up at 2am with a heart racn so fast n hard that you could see my shirt move. Could barely dial 911. They arrived and no heart issue. Panic attack. Stress has been unbearable at work. Yada yada yada…just over 200 days quit. Strees is a bitch.

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