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Introductions / Re: Day 1
« Last post by chris2alaska on Today at 07:56:15 PM »
Hello all. I am a 39 year old guy from South Louisiana. I have been dipping since I was 15. A recent sore throat from a sinus infection scared me enough to “kill the can.” I hope that with your help, I can do this.

Welcome Hunter,

You have made a great decision.  Make sure you are quit for yourself and no one else.

Head on over to the JANUARY 2020 Pre_HOF Quit Group and post roll there.  Posting roll is our daily promise to ourselves and our quit brothers and sisters that we will remain nicotine free for the next 24 hours.  We Wake Up, Piss and Post (WUPP) or promise Every Damn Day (EDD), weekends and holidays included, One Day At A Time (ODAAT).

The process is simple:

1. Post your promise early in the day
2. Keep your word
3. Repeat Daily.

It will will suck for awhile until it doesn't suck as bad.  Embrace the suck.  Write about it here in your intro so you can remember what it felt like so you never want to do it again.

Exchange phone numbers with other quitters through the "Private Message" feature.  Those numbers will give you instant access to support if you need it, they are also the building blocks of your web of accountability and brotherhood.

So go post and make that promise and come back tomorrow and do it again.

Chris (chris2alaska) 635 days of freedom.
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Introductions / Day 1
« Last post by Hunter4life on Today at 07:44:47 PM »
Hello all. I am a 39 year old guy from South Louisiana. I have been dipping since I was 15. A recent sore throat from a sinus infection scared me enough to “kill the can.” I hope that with your help, I can do this.
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Introductions / Re: Byoo882151
« Last post by campbellmi13 on Today at 07:18:41 PM »
Got it under control my friends
way to use the site and tools to stay quit. Some days you have to quit minute to minute.
Great job man!
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Eternal Quitters Support Roll / Re: Eternal Quitters
« Last post by FLLipOut on Today at 05:31:30 PM »
The Eternal Train of Quit   


CLIFF
Quit date: 01-Dec-2005
Eternal quit date:  10-Sept-2006

buddyboy
Quit date: 10Jan-2009
Eternal quit date:  16-Jul-2010

WarE2013
Quit date: 03-Apr-2013
Eternal quit date: 20-Mar-2014

TStahr
Quit date:  10-Jan-2012
Eternal quit date:29-May-2016

Traumagnet
Quit date: 15-Apr-2013
Eternal quit date:  13-Aug-2016

SuccessThisTime (STT)
Quit date:  19-Feb-2017
Eternal quit date:  02-Dec-2017

Bommer44
Quit date:  28-Jan-2016
Eternal quit date:  23-Dec-2017

Teray
Quit date:  11-Feb-2015
Eternal quit date:  29-Jan-2018

Air Force ADDICT
Quit date:  02-Oct-2014
Eternal quit date:  14-Jun-2018

JoeC
Quit date:  13-Mar-2016
Eternal quit date:  03-Aug-2018

NoMore4Me
Quit date:  06-Nov-2014
Eternal quit date:  16-Feb-2019

Goody
Quit date:  16-Jan-2018
Eternal quit date:  17-Jun-2019

Concharde
Quit date:  03-Apr-2015
Eternal quit date:  11-Jul-2019





Monday October 14, 2019




Support from Bad Ass Quitters:
Scott B. - 332
BG 284
Samrs - 1,008
Zeno 2,573
FLLIP 1,180

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Introductions / Re: Byoo882151
« Last post by Byoo882151 on Today at 04:59:47 PM »
Got it under control my friends
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Introductions / Srains knocks it outa the park
« Last post by Athan on Today at 04:27:52 PM »
Srains knocks it outa the park ...

Dipping is an incredibly selfish act. This horrid addiction turns each and every one of us into someone that we are not, all while telling our addict riddled minds that this is how we're "supposed" to feel. That our addiction somehow gives balance to our lives or our moods. This is a lie.

In reality we're stealing time from our families, either to get our fix or when we die prematurely from heart disease or cancer...
In reality we're stealing money from ourselves and our families, by spending it on a poisonous plant chemically designed to hook you and kill you...
In reality we're putting ourselves and our families through major mood swings when we don't have our fix fast enough...

There's quite a bit more to it than that, but you get the idea...


Caving after you've found this place is all on you. You were a selfish lying piece of shit that chose to make a decision. No more. No less.


KTC works only when YOU make a decision to quit, each and every moment. YOU have to be more selfish in your quit than you ever have been in your addiction. YOU have to develop the tools that YOU need in order to quit. No one on this site can quit for you.


There is never a reason to cave. Never. There is no circumstance that is going to be improved by adding poison to your body. Ever.


What YOU have to figure out is what is going to keep YOU quit. We can provide all the tools in the world, but if you don't use them they're not worth a damn thing:
Wake up, piss, post
Every damn day
Get digits for everyone in your group
Get digits for a bunch of vets
Be active on the forums
Chase the late and the missing
Take charge of the SSOA
Start figuring out how to format posts and take charge of your header
Reach out and help newer quitters (at two weeks you know how to get through the first few days)
Post roll in other groups (yeah, the old folk like seeing fresh quit post with them)
Read words of wisdom
Read intros
Read other older groups. May '17, Jan '18, and May '18 in the archives can be fun if you like a good shitshow...
Branch out and post in Wildcard
Call other quitters
Meet other quitters
Etc, etc, etc...


Which tools are YOU using???

If you're a retread - what tools were you previously lacking that would have helped you stay quit?

If you don't know anyone here well enough to call them 24/7 when you're ready to cave then you're just flat doing this wrong. If you're not willing to answer that call 24/7 to help save your brother or sisters quit then why the fuck are you even here?

Find your people. Whoever they are. Those people are your lifeline. Use them. They'll keep you quit.

I know who mine are. Do you?
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Introductions / Re: Byoo882151
« Last post by Byoo882151 on Today at 04:00:56 PM »
Another one bites the dust.  Don't know why I had the craving like I did, hasn't even been a bad day...actually been pretty damn good.  I guess it was just the mind games.
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Introductions / Re: Byoo882151
« Last post by chris2alaska on Today at 03:18:34 PM »
another hour down, 1 more to go.

Work is the biggest trigger I have, so I'm keeping this up all day until I leave work.  Once I'm home, I'm stopping with the hourly post.

Post all you want brother.  Just keep your phone numbers handy in case.  You've got this, I have confidence in you.
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Introductions / Re: Byoo882151
« Last post by Byoo882151 on Today at 03:08:12 PM »
another hour down, 1 more to go.

Work is the biggest trigger I have, so I'm keeping this up all day until I leave work.  Once I'm home, I'm stopping with the hourly post.
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Introductions / Re: Byoo882151
« Last post by Byoo882151 on Today at 03:04:08 PM »
another hour down, 1 more to go.
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