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Tiger Refuge

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Tiger Refuge last won the day on January 25

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  1. Really, posting in general is a shit ton easier than it used to be. All that deciphering code crap is out the window. Just copy and paste like a mug.
  2. Tiger Refuge


    Welcome, Drummz! You’ll find a lot of information contained within these pages. Go check out the quitgroups in the “pre hall of Fame” thread. You will be in the June 2019 group. Dont be shy. Read as much as you can. Post up your promise. Keep your word. Interact with the other quitters. DONT DIP! Get ready to embrace the suck.
  3. Welcome Trout! Stick around. We are a bit strange, but we are quitters! Go to the May 2019 group in the pre hof group.
  4. Congrats on another milestone! 2100 is fantastic.

  5. Welcome, Killshot! Glad you are here and sticking with us. I am working on getting some things straightened out/cleaned up in the quit groups...my apologies. I am a hunter as well. I'll check out your post in the leisure time. If you need anything, just holler. I'm not on here as much as I used to be, but I check in almost daily.
  6. Welcome, Jonarobe. If you ain’t dipping, then today is far from your worst day. A day not dipping is better than ANY best day dipping. Period. Post up in the September Pre HOF group, if you haven’t already.
  7. First off, welcome. I’m glad you found us. I hope your cancer scare turns out to be just that...a scare. God knows I went through several of those myself. Stick around. Read the site. There is a ton of info here. Words of wisdom to stay quit? One day(crave) at a time. That’s it. Win that, and you win. Period. If you haven’t do so already, post up in the September Pre HOF group.
  8. To any potential new quitters, please post in the August group until we can work out the kinks and get a new group started. Thanks
  9. Like @rwm3892 said, your brain is literally having to rewrite itself as it erases those nic receptors. That’s some hard ass work for sure! However, idle time is the nic bitch’s playground. There is nothing wrong with a little bit of exercise. In fact, going for a walk could be the best medicine. Go it alone or drag the fam with you. Even if it’s only 15 minutes. Most of the times, that’s all it takes. Great work Redhawk!
  10. That's exactly how this accountability thing works. If you make a promise to something or better yet, someone, to stay quit, there will be many times early on that being beholden to that thing or person, is the only reason we stay quit. After some time, we begin to figure out that the real "normal", doesn't have to involve being a slave to tobacco. Welcome to your new journey. Please, hang out and post roll call every day. The only way that this site works and survives is if people are here posting. Battling. Winning. Sharing.
  11. Congrats bro! That's a hellova win!
  12. Welcome back, brother! Ask, and ye shall receive.
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