I always wanted to be here since the first time I thought I needed to quit dipping. It has been 19 days without a dip and mentallly I am proud of myself. My mother wanted me to quit for years, even told her I did a couple of times but those were just lies. My Mom died of cancer in '98. She had quit smoking tens years prior. One of the last days she was alive she made me promise to quit and I did, again, promise to quit, only it took me 12 years to full fill it.
I wouldn't even quit for the l
How long does it take for the initial serious cravings to wear off? A week? Two weeks? More? When is the withdrawal over and you crave it, but it's easier to fight off the cravings. Hopefully somebody will get back to me.
Yesterday was my first day with no dip in a loooong time. The worst part was falling asleep. I was exhausted at about 6pm. I went to bed around 10, and Could not fall asleep until 3am. I kept wanting to get up and chew some gum to get rid of the craving, but I resisted. Worst night of sleep ever, but today I feel good. I did not think I could get through the first day, but I did with only minor bumps in the road. I guess this thing is a day to day kind of deal.
I've been wanting to do this for a while. I almost started yesterday with no aid. I started dipping twice only to spit once then feel guilty and kick the lip. Last night from 9:02pm-10:15pm I had my last dip up to now. It was perfect. It was juicy. It was a good one to go out on. Today I've been wanting to dip so bad. Instead I took all my spitters and my 4 tins of new dip and threw them in the trash. I ran a 5K today on the treadmill since there's 2-3 feet of snow on the ground. I thi
Well, I've been battling with dipping for quite some time. On March 15, 2009 I gave my life to Christ and accepted the gift of salvation. Up until this point I had been "battling" an alchohol problem. I put battling under quotations because the battle was a front for keeping my family and friends off of my back. In my new found life in Christ I was accepting of the fact that my drinking and lifestyle needed to change. One thing that I wasn't ready to give up was my skoal.
A month or so after m
I'M ON MY 37TH DAY BOYZ OF A 34 YEAR COPENHAGEN SNUFF HABIT. MAN MY HEAD HURTS, MY MOUTH HURTS,THERE ARE DAYS THAT I FEEL LIKE I COULD RIP MY SKIN OFF WITH MY OWN HANDS. . . . .FUNNY THING IS IM SHAKEN SO BAD SOME TIMES I COULDNT DO IT IF I WANTED. . . TOUGHEST THING I"VE EVER DONE. I RUN IN THE MORNING 3 MILES A DAY AND I THINK . . . . . LORD ONE MORE, JUST GIVE ME ONE MORE, AND HE DOES AND I REGRET IT. . . SOMETIMES. THERE ARE GOOD DAYS DONT GET ME WRONG BUT THERE FEW AND FAR BETWEEN. MY TEMPE
So I've been dippin grizzly for about 3 years now. I finally had the sack to quit after coming to this site for Tue second time in about 2 months. This time I really wanted to quit cause I'm only 18 and didn't want to get cancer and die young. Man am I glad I did. Really. It's been about 2 weeks now and I've gotten past the withdrawls, the dip rage, the oh maybe next week I've got too much goin on to try and function without dip, and all the other lame excuses we make just to keep dippin. I feel
Well today is day number one. i have been dipping hard core for a solid two years. i have to quit now before i get to hooked. i tried last week and failed. i had my last official dip yesterday. i have tried numerous times but im ready to be done with this. im no longer going to be a slave to the can. we will get through this. we will prevail.