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Re: Why should you continue to post after HOF?
« Reply #88 on: August 02, 2019, 12:40:09 PM »
Why should you continue to post after HOF?


Here it comes!!  Can you hear it?  That train is coming down the tracks.  It's about to make a stop in your town to gather up any of you bad ass quitters hitting 100 days quit.  "Hall of Fame" or HOF is a special, month long, celebration welcoming those hitting their 100 days of quit.  Why 100 days, well it is a huge accomplishment for everyone.  Most guys and gals can't even remember when the last time was that they were 100 days stopped from using nicotine.  We celebrate this milestone because it is such an accomplishment and you should be proud of yourself.  But...

...THIS IS NOT THE END OF THE LINE

The "end of the line" will come eventually.  I hope it waits many years for all of us, but for some it has come too soon (R.I.P. Concharde, NoMore4Me, JoeC, Air Force ADDICT, Teray, Bommer44, SuccessThisTime, Traumagent, Tstahr, WarE2013, BuddyBoy, CLIFF and all those who's lives have been cut short).

We are addicts.  We will always be addicts.  There is NO CURE.  There will come a time in your quit that you will say to yourself, "self, I feel great, I have no craving for a dip, my life is all peaches and cream and the only thing that ever makes me think about nicotine is posting my promise on KTC everyday".  This is where you need to wake up, because the "self" I referred to in that last sentence is not your normal, everyday brain, it is your addict brain.  Your addict brain is all of the the thoughts and feeling you have that tell you that dipping is not bad, nicotine is not bad and just one wont hurt.  Your addict brain NEVER rests.  It is constantly testing the wall you have put up looking for weaknesses it can exploit. 

Complacency is your addict brains best friend and the cause of countless caves.  We start to feel comfortable in our quits, even a little smug and our guard begins to drop just enough for our addict brain to get a toe in the door.  Now our addict brain is telling us to, "go to c-store and buy a can.  It's okay, no one will know.  Who cares if you made a promise to a bunch of strangers on the internet?"  Now you have a choice to make.  Do you listen to your addict brain or does your normal brain wake up and call a brother up for help.  All too often, there are no calls made, no texts sent and one less quitter posting their promise not to use today.

Back to the question at hand, "Why should you continue to post after HOF?"  I think a better question is, "Why shouldn't you continue to post?  It has worked for the last 100 days.  That old saying comes to mind, "if it ain't broke, don't fix it".  Why would you put everything you have worked so hard to accomplish here at jeopardy by not doing what got you here in the first place.  That is just plain stupid, addict brain mentality.  Posting your promise everyday along with exchanging digits with other quitters and getting to know them over the last 3 plus months has built a wall of accountability and brotherhood.  That wall is what is keeping your addict brain out of your life.  But it is never gone, it lurks in the shadows waiting for its opportunity to get back in.  If you stop posting your promise everyday, your wall begins to develop weak areas.  Pretty soon, pieces of your wall begin to break away and eventually your wall develops full on breaches.

There was a quitter that drifted away from KTC after posting pretty regularly for over 1100 days.  Three years later he was back at KTC posting Day 1.  Why do you think that is?  I can tell you it is not because of the lame ass excuses he tried to pass off as his answer to the three caver questions.  The reason he caved is because he did not have that daily reminder that, "oh yeah, I promised not to use nicotine today.  I will not be buying that can at 7-11.  I am going to call one of my brothers instead and fortify my quit for today".  Had that quitter have continued posting his promise everyday, he would be well over 2,000 days right now.

I understand that posting everyday is a hassle and inconvenient and it sucks on your phone and all those other excuses that you use, but that's all that they are, excuses.  Being here is a choice that we all made.  No one stood behind us with a gun pointed at our head forcing us to join.  We chose to join because we were sick and tired of slowly killing ourselves each and everyday.  Now that you have made it past HOF, do you honestly think leaving is the wisest of decisions?  How long do you think it will take before your addict brain wins the fight and you are standing there at the counter buying a tin of cancer?  For a few, it may never come to the that, for most, you will be back up to two cans a day in matter of a couple of weeks and your normal brain will have been shoved in the dungeon while your addict brain sits on the throne ruling (and ruining) your life.  Eventually a few of you may come crawling back to KTC to post another Day 1 but for most, we will never hear from them again.

Is it not worth a few minutes of your day to come in here and post your promise to stay free from your addiction for one more day?  You've already undergone the hardest part of quitting, do you want to go through it again?  There is one guy who apparently loves self-inflicted misery because he keeps trying to quit over and over again.  I for one never want to go through that hell again for as long as I live, so you will find me here everyday, posting my promise to remain nicotine free for the day.  I hope to see you all here as well.

Cheers to a long, nicotine free life.

Chris

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Re: 1st Day Quit
« Reply #87 on: July 28, 2019, 02:58:39 AM »
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Re: 1st Day Quit
« Reply #86 on: July 27, 2019, 02:22:04 AM »
Be humble... grow everyday.

I fear I will always be chasing the vortex like a drug. None will be as special as my first hit.

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Re: 1st Day Quit
« Reply #85 on: July 26, 2019, 05:15:27 PM »
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Re: 1st Day Quit
« Reply #84 on: June 02, 2019, 03:37:37 PM »
The last time I was 500 days nicotine free was 500 days before I put that first dip in oh so many years ago.  I can't begin to to tell you how thankful I am to all the KTC members that I have interactions with on a daily basis.  I love you all and you are all my brothers and sisters, even the ones that I have managed to piss off that don't talk to me anymore (you know who you are).

God bless you all and keep you strong in your quits.  I'll see you in the trenches for yet another day of freedom.

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Re: 1st Day Quit
« Reply #83 on: June 01, 2019, 03:52:55 PM »
The last time I was 500 days nicotine free was 500 days before I put that first dip in oh so many years ago.  I can't begin to to tell you how thankful I am to all the KTC members that I have interactions with on a daily basis.  I love you all and you are all my brothers and sisters, even the ones that I have managed to piss off that don't talk to me anymore (you know who you are).

God bless you all and keep you strong in your quits.  I'll see you in the trenches for yet another day of freedom.

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Re: 1st Day Quit
« Reply #82 on: June 01, 2019, 01:27:12 PM »
500

Look at that, Bearfucker aka the bottom of April 18 hit five hundy.

Seriously, love you my brother, you KTC whore, you have helped so many, there is no way to show our gratitude.

Keep doing what you are doing, many more to save!
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Re: 1st Day Quit
« Reply #81 on: June 01, 2019, 01:04:29 PM »
Chris,

Congratulations on 500 days! Thank you for reaching out to me back when I was a lurker. Great things come out of extending a hand. You've worked hard for this and the whole community here reflects that hard work. Celebrate hard. Quit hard. ODAAT!!
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Re: 1st Day Quit
« Reply #80 on: June 01, 2019, 12:59:29 PM »
CONGRATS, CHRIS!!! You, sir, are a Monster of Quit, a Mentor of Quit, a Meme-Machine of Quit, a good dude. Happy for you on a great milestone day, THE HALF DANGLE!

Well said!  Congrats on 500, and thanks for everything you do here.

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Re: 1st Day Quit
« Reply #79 on: June 01, 2019, 10:39:56 AM »
CONGRATS, CHRIS!!! You, sir, are a Monster of Quit, a Mentor of Quit, a Meme-Machine of Quit, a good dude. Happy for you on a great milestone day, THE HALF DANGLE!
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Re: 1st Day Quit
« Reply #78 on: June 01, 2019, 07:37:49 AM »
500
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In a pit of dispair, locked in her lair, that's where. 
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Re: 1st Day Quit
« Reply #77 on: April 23, 2019, 10:58:29 AM »
Chris,

 I am glad you chose to quit, because if you didn't I wouldn't have had the honor to get to know you. I am blessed to call you a Brother, you were the first to reach out to me, and you have helped me in my own quit, giving me tips when I had a bad crave and got me through it with a few of the other Brothers. I am proud of what you have done, and continue to do. If I could be half the person you are, I would be alright!

Congrats Brother, I know its ODAAT, but here is to many more. I can't tell you what your support and friendship mean to me, so for now I will leave it at Thank You.

Thank you Rick,

The feeling is by all means mutual.  Every time I am able to help someone in their quit, my quit is that much stronger for it.

Here's to reaching our ODAAT EDD.  'Have a beer'
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Re: 1st Day Quit
« Reply #76 on: April 22, 2019, 09:14:02 PM »
Chris,

 I am glad you chose to quit, because if you didn't I wouldn't have had the honor to get to know you. I am blessed to call you a Brother, you were the first to reach out to me, and you have helped me in my own quit, giving me tips when I had a bad crave and got me through it with a few of the other Brothers. I am proud of what you have done, and continue to do. If I could be half the person you are, I would be alright!

Congrats Brother, I know its OAAT, but here is to many more. I can't tell you what your support and friendship mean to me, so for now I will leave it at Thank You.

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Re: HOF Speech
« Reply #75 on: April 18, 2019, 05:56:49 PM »
Wrote my HOF Speech over a year ago.  Now on day 456 and everything in it still applies.
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Do not be complacent about your achievements and not to strive for continual improvement when you get to the top. As soon as you let success go to your head, you sink into following familiar patterns and play it safe. In other words, you risk losing your edge.
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You need anything, ask.  You feel strong, help.  This quit is for you but we got your back.
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« Reply #74 on: April 18, 2019, 05:55:07 PM »
Are You Ready to Quit?
Hi Everyone,

My name is Chris, I chewed smokeless tobacco since I was 19 years old, so for 31 years. I started because a really hot chick wanted to try it so I said I would try it with her. I have not seen that girl in 31 years, but I had a daily reminder of her as I crammed some more of that crap into my lip.

I was up to three cans a day and putting in half the can at a time when I decided to quit.

I did have one stoppage in the year 2000 for about nine months, but I caved and went back to it like I had never stopped. It took me a really long time to decide that I was ready to quit. Sure, my wife and son wanted me to quit long before I ever did, but I was not ready. If you are not quitting for yourself first, you will fail. You have to want that quit more than anything. It finally hit me in January of this year that I was finally ready. That is when I found the KTC website. I have no idea what caused me to click on the link, I just know when I did and started reading the information contained inside it clicked and made complete sense for me.

The last 100 days has been different for me than most of my brothers and sister in April ’18. I have yet to experience “The Fog”. I never experienced the hazy, mindset they all spoke about. I did have some cravings that hit pretty hard but for the most part, I have thoroughly enjoyed the last 100 days of freedom from nicotine.

Now the hard part is going to start. There are some bad days ahead for all of us based on the information contained in the “what to expect” section. We will be fighting more cravings and we will need to lean on all of our quit brothers to get through it.

Unfortunately, there are several of our brothers who do not realize that 100 days is not the end, it is only the beginning. As I said before, I chewed for 31 years, which is over 11,300 days. I’m at 100 days. When I get to 11,300 days of quit, only then will I say that I “might” be cured.

There are so many people in this forum that have helped me, several that I consider close friends and would be at their doorstep if they called and said they needed me there. I would like to specifically thank a few of those individuals:

MNxEngineer – the first person to support me when I came to this forum.

Skolvikings – What can I say, you sir are the epitome of quit. In the dictionary under the word “Quit” is a picture of you.

Athan – Quit possibly my best friend.

69Franx – Has supported me on roll almost every day since I got here

Samrs – What would I do without your daily jokes?

JGromo, Morgan, Mack213, CritRocket, BrianG, Doofus, Batdad, and more.

All of you guys have had some part in supporting my quit, I only hope I have also supported you when you needed it.

It is my honor and privilege to know all of you and to especially quit with all of on a daily basis.

Now then, all of those guys up there have one thing in common, they are all addicts just like me. If you are reading this and wondering if you should quit dipping, the answer is most definitely YES. But only you can decide that for yourself. No one else can make the decision for you. Do not let anyone make the decision for you either. All that will happen, is you will end up pissed off at them and posting a day one again because you caved. You caved because YOU were not ready to quit and YOU did not make the decision to quit.

Now some of the benefits of quitting are as follows:

•   Less of a chance that you will get cancer.
•   Clean teeth and gums.
•   A mouth worth kissing.
•   A happier life with your family.
•   A longer life with your family.
•   More money in your bank account (I am saving over $500 every month. I booked a two week cruise for my family and me for next February)
•   Way less stress going to the dentist.
•   No more spitters to hide.
•   No more accidentally spilling said spitter all over your car floor.

The list is endless, but these are some of highlights.

This is what I know, I joined this forum because I was ready to quit. Making my promise to abstain from nicotine every MORNING (not half way through the day or 10 minutes until midnight) along with the Accountability and Brotherhood is irreplaceable as a means of quitting. As long as you are true to your word, you can quit nicotine too.

I will be here long after my 100 days has come and gone because if I am not, I will end up like most that leave and have to come back to post day 1 again. I REFUSE!!!

I will be here posting roll every day because that is how my quit is going to continue.

You see, nicotine is a conniving little bitch. She will wait and wait and wait until you think you have mastery over her. She will lull you into thinking that you have won, you are the man or woman and you cannot be harmed by her ever again. BAM!!!! She has you. Next thing you know, you are packing your lip with a big ole shit turd. Nicotine has all the time in the world. It is not going anywhere anytime soon. We, on the other hand only have a short time on this earth. Do you want to spend it feeding your addiction or enjoying your life with family and friends??

The choice is yours. I sincerely hope you make the correct one.

Please feel free to PM me if you want my digits. It would be my honor to help support you in your quit. What better way for me to thank all those that have come before me than to help someone else control their addiction One Day at a Time.

Sincerely,

Chris aka chris2alaska
« Last Edit: April 18, 2019, 05:57:13 PM by chris2alaska »
If you want my digits, just ask and they will be yours, but I expect yours in return.

Accountability is a statement of personal promise, both to yourself and to the people around you, to deliver specific defined results.
Brian Dive

Do not be complacent about your achievements and not to strive for continual improvement when you get to the top. As soon as you let success go to your head, you sink into following familiar patterns and play it safe. In other words, you risk losing your edge.
Roy T. Bennett

You need anything, ask.  You feel strong, help.  This quit is for you but we got your back.
wastepanel

Do not let the actions of others determine the direction of YOUR quit.
chris2alaska

There are no dumb questions, just dumb people who ask questions.
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My HOF Speech

My Comma Club Speech

HOF - 04/27/2018;   2nd FLOOR - 08/05/2018;   3rd FLOOR - 11/13/2018;   1 YEAR - 01/18/2019;   4th Floor - 02/21/2019;   5th Floor - 06/01/2019;   6th Floor - 09/09/2019;   7th Floor - 12/18/2019;   2 YEARS - 01/18/2020;    8th Floor - 03/27/2020;   9th Floor - 07/05/2020;    Comma Club - 10/13/2020;   3 Years - 01/18/2021;    11th Floor - 01/21/2021;   12th Floor - 05/01/2021;    13th Floor - 08/09/2021