Are you looking to quit dipping after a lifetime of struggling with your addiction? Has quitting been impossible for you in the past? Do you have no control over your addiction? Do you feel powerless over the can in your back pocket?
KillTheCan.org is here to help you succeed. We know from experience that it won’t be easy. We will never tell you that it is. We know this because we are addicts. We have been right where you are. We are quitters. We used Kodiak, Skoal, Copenhagen and Redman. We used them for years. Some of our members have used these products for decades. We understand that the idea of quitting dip is similar to never seeing your best friend again. We get it.
But there is good news. Your decision to take back your freedom from spit tobacco is one of the best you will ever make. It WILL be worth it in the end.
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). Just because our site is called Kill the CAN doesn’t mean we won’t help smokers and vapers as well. After all… if you’re smoking cigarettes or using a vape pen you’re using nicotine. You’re more than welcome to join us.
KillTheCan.org helps people who are quitting by providing support from men and women who know what you’re going through because we’ve all been through it. Adding this type of support group to your quit will greatly increase your chances of success. Our forums are located at forum.killthecan.org. They are completely free to join and offer the best quit dipping support group available today! Get your questions answered from people who’ve been there before and have successfully quit chewing tobacco.
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 1 for me. Tired and want out of this rat race. Have tried to quit but failed many times. Most recent set back was a loss of a brother in arms to suicide. That would make 10 from my unit alone. I want to be strong, self-controlled, and tobacco free. Any encouragement would be supremely helpful.
Day 1,261. I quit with all of you today.
committed. day 67. thanks to all on this site.
Hey Daniel – just checking in. Been a few days since your last roll call. Still with us? Have you joined the forums yet? https://forum.killthecan.org/