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Introductions / Re: Done quitting again, and again.
« Last post by Dawgs on Today at 08:58:02 PM »
Hey Sean-first off...welcome to the site. This site will do wonders for you if you follow what is preached here. Secondly—it’s the best decision you’ll ever make in your life. Third—you stated that you have quit many times and been successful. Sorry man...I’m not being a dick here, but you didn’t quit and you weren’t successful. You STOPPED or HALTED many times, but you only quit ONCE. That being said...if you really want to get that crap out of your life, this is the place for you. We post roll everyday. You’ll post in the September group. Roll is our promise that nicotine is off the table as an option for the day. And we quit ODAAT...One Day At A Time. Everyday is a new day. We also WUPP...Wak-up, Piss, Post....or Post then Piss. We do it first thing in the morning, or at the start of our day. We take this VERY seriously. Also, exchange phone numbers with a few people. It’s seems a little weird, but it has saved my butt more than once. PM me if you have any questions. Again, welcome to the site and quit hard.
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Introductions / Re: New guy day 8
« Last post by Croakenhagen on Today at 08:30:33 PM »
day 11, my anxiety is through the roof, i have a soar throat and my jaw hurts abit. which could be from the 10 cavities i have on my teeth, the quit(im hoping), or the big c, doc didnt see anything 2 days before i quit in the er room other than a red throat, but it stilll races through my mind almost every second of the day.
i know i sound whiny and you guys have been through worse than i have. just feeling allitle down at the moment

I had the almost the EXACT same things happen after I quit. I had a terrible sore throat, a lot of sores and jaw pain after I quit. I found that I was grinding my teeth more in my sleep after I quit because the anxiety was so bad. I thought about the big C a lot. It's all normal. You did a ton of damage over the years and it will take a little while to heal up. Just remember that going back to it will make it worse and NOT better. I'm sending you my digits. Do not hesitate to txt or call, man!
Oh, and I forgot....I did a lot of breathing exercises and relaxation exercises using the HeadSpace app on Google play. It's also on the Apple App store. It really helps to recenter your mind and get everything in perspective again after quitting. You CAN do this. 
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Introductions / Re: New guy day 8
« Last post by Croakenhagen on Today at 08:28:40 PM »
day 11, my anxiety is through the roof, i have a soar throat and my jaw hurts abit. which could be from the 10 cavities i have on my teeth, the quit(im hoping), or the big c, doc didnt see anything 2 days before i quit in the er room other than a red throat, but it stilll races through my mind almost every second of the day.
i know i sound whiny and you guys have been through worse than i have. just feeling allitle down at the moment

I had the almost the EXACT same things happen after I quit. I had a terrible sore throat, a lot of sores and jaw pain after I quit. I found that I was grinding my teeth more in my sleep after I quit because the anxiety was so bad. I thought about the big C a lot. It's all normal. You did a ton of damage over the years and it will take a little while to heal up. Just remember that going back to it will make it worse and NOT better. I'm sending you my digits. Do not hesitate to txt or call, man!
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Introductions / Re: New guy day 8
« Last post by Ruthless on Today at 08:15:05 PM »
day 11, my anxiety is through the roof, i have a soar throat and my jaw hurts abit. which could be from the 10 cavities i have on my teeth, the quit(im hoping), or the big c, doc didnt see anything 2 days before i quit in the er room other than a red throat, but it stilll races through my mind almost every second of the day.
i know i sound whiny and you guys have been through worse than i have. just feeling allitle down at the moment

Hang in there dude; every day gets a little better.  Don’t let the unknown drown you.  Focus on the quit ODAAT; if the doc didn’t see anything, then don’t worry about what ifs.  Just keep posting roll and making it through the day.  My number is available if you want it bro.

Ruthless
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Introductions / Done quitting again, and again.
« Last post by Seanlit1 on Today at 07:46:35 PM »
My name is Sean. I have been a tobacco user for years. To be exact off and on over 30 years. I have quit many times, and been successful. The longest I have been was a year. Pretty dumb to start back. After loosing my Dad, I went back to my Best friend, Copenhagen. Moving forward 5 years later, my nephew told me about how this group has helped him quit for a 100 days. I'm super proud of him. I poured out my last can this morning at 8:30 A.M. So this will be my last time to quit again!!
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Introductions / Re: New guy day 8
« Last post by Sgtsixguns on Today at 07:42:08 PM »
day 11, my anxiety is through the roof, i have a soar throat and my jaw hurts abit. which could be from the 10 cavities i have on my teeth, the quit(im hoping), or the big c, doc didnt see anything 2 days before i quit in the er room other than a red throat, but it stilll races through my mind almost every second of the day.
i know i sound whiny and you guys have been through worse than i have. just feeling allitle down at the moment
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Introductions / Re: Glad to find this place. Day 10 after 39 years!
« Last post by Ruthless on Today at 06:16:17 PM »
I second what pky said.  Welcome to the September Tips.  You’re through the hardest part, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy.  Don’t get complacent and come post roll first thing every day.

My number is available if you want it.

Ruthless
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Introductions / Re: Finally flushed it
« Last post by Ruthless on Today at 06:14:16 PM »
Hey Jim, welcome.  You’ve found the right place.  It’s pretty simple here, we make a post called roll call every day, preferably first thing in the morning.  You and I are in the same quit group here: https://ktcforum.org/index.php?topic=14277.0.

You give us your word you won’t dip for the day and we take it very seriously.  Believe it or not, you can move mountains one day at a time.  Do whatever you have to do to get through the day.  Lots of water and seeds helped me a lot.  My number is a PM away if you want it.  Spend a lot of time on the site these first few days reading.

Ruthless
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Introductions / Re: Excuses, Excuses
« Last post by Athan on Today at 05:36:52 PM »
What exuses to you have for chewing today?  Please add to this list!   ;D  Would love to know what you came up with ;)

1.) I have so much money I just don't know what to do with it so I'm giving it to the US Tobacco Company
2.) Chicks dig it!
3.) I'm not satisfied with natural background radiation, I need the extra Polonium-210
4.) I just love the way it makes my breath smell
5.) I'm working towards that billboard smile and it whitens my teeth
6.) I don't want my children to learn this from someone else!
7.) I've heard that gum grafts are one of the most erotic things to have done to you
8.) I love it when my three year old/wife/mom chugs warm copenhagen spit from my bottle
9.) I love to sneeze it all over my dash and interior
10.) If you gotta die, at least go out with only half a face.


BMC 619
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Introductions / Finally flushed it
« Last post by JimDandy on Today at 05:36:37 PM »
Yesterday I finally flushed a more than 1/2 full can down the toilet.  What finally did it was performance anxiety w/my new woman, and I know the can had a lot to do with it.  This is day 1, and I must have reached for my pocket about 100 times today. It's good to be here fellas... glad I found you guys.
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