Are you quitting dip? Have you decided to quit chewing tobacco or some other form of smokeless tobacco? When you’ve become sick and tired of being a slave to a little round can in your back pocket KillTheCan.org can help. Your decision to take back your freedom from spit tobacco is one of the best you will ever make.
KillTheCan.org helps people quit dipping by providing support for quitters. That support is provided by men and women who know what you’re going through because we’ve all been right where you are. Quitting smokeless tobacco isn’t easy and we won’t ever tell you it is. Adding a support system to your quit will greatly increase your chances of success. With over 30,000 registered members, our forums located at forum.killthecan.org offer the best quit dipping support group available today – for FREE! It is the best place on the web to get your questions answered from people who’ve been there before.
Roll call is our DAILY promise that we will not use nicotine in any form for that day. This includes all forms of smokeless tobacco, dip, chew, SNUS, cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes and nicotine replacement therapy (NRT).
Use this blog post to post your daily promise. Leave a comment below with your forum screen name, your days quit and your quit group.
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Day 40!! I quit with all of you today!!
I’m back on my feet after ripping my shin open on a box jump. 30 stitches and an infection. Like Alabama says in their best song “you can’t keep a good man down”. Day 532 quit with all of you.
Box jumps are certainly the enemy of crossfit!! Ok burpees are but box jumps are 2nd!!
Day 635. I quit with all of you today.
Day 74…I quit with all of you today…I thank God for my being able to quit
Day 1,007: I quit with you!
Day 987. I quit with all of you today. For self family and friends. NIC FREE IN 17.
My name is Curtis Johnson and I am sharing this information because the idea of no longer using nicotine is very important to me. Today, August 24th, 2017 at 1 am I am currently 2 days without nicotine, and I want to officially be done. I started because I was stressed and bored but dip helped me through every aspect of life in the military. Now, every fiber or nerve in my body is asking for more nicotine but my wallet is telling me to quit as soon as possible. Please share your story and tell me your coping techniques.
Welcome and congrats Curtis! Have you joined our forums as well? Located at http://forum.killthecan.org/ we’ve got over 30,000 members that “get it”. Glad to have you!
Welcome Curtis! Drink lots of water, exercise, and stay busy. Don’t let the addictive thoughts (just have one more to take the edge off,etc.) linger in your head. Flush them out! I had to quit minute by minute in the beginning. Stay strong and you got this!