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When you’ve made the decision to quit dipping you need support. You’ll get it right here at KillTheCan! This site is dedicated to helping people QUIT dip, smokeless & chewing tobacco! It will be a long & difficult road, but we are confident that you too can be successful and quit dip!

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  1. That’s good news. It means you are doing this! Fight through minute by minute. Stay locked in and tight to the boards for the first months. IQWYT

    DBG 1294 doing it odaat

  2. I am on day 2 right now, and I feel like crap.

  3. Has anyone heard of Copenhagen wintergreen containing licorice and decreasing testosterone because of it?

  4. Day 86 – gets a little better each day

  5. 81 days free – gets a little better each day

  6. Day 1305, very proud to have made it this far and to not think of dipping any more. But of all days and times, I am now feeling that gnawing in my muscles and bones, the gnawing you feel when you first quit. That pain. That want. But, I am very learned and practiced quitter. What do I do? I focus my attention on something else and away I go to different thoughts and it is all behind me.

    IQWYT ( for us old folks, I quit with you today!)

  7. It has been almost 2 years now since the day I gained enough will power to quit my horrible habit of chewing. It was quite the journey experiencing the many side effects this brought me. It took its toll on me. There were many days of darkness and depression. That soon would fade over time and then come back unexpectedly. I developed a few health conditions that I would have never expected to come from this. I visited the doctor more times in the first year than I had ever did my entire life up to that point. I still pushed to see the light at the end of the tunnel. It finally came to me, everything started to even out and I started to feel like I did before I started this nasty habit. There wasn’t an exact date, it was that I just woke up one day and said oh Its over! It was a gradual incline of well being. Patience is the only thing that was needed to win. If you disassociate the big lip tingling feeling from your daily routine you will win by maintaining patience. The health benefits are tremendous.

    I thank you…..the ones that helped me when I asked questions and the ones that supported me on this website. To those that are planning to quit… stay strong and be optimistic.

  8. Hi all this is my first time to this site and my Day 1 of quit. read a lot of the post and it’s very inspiring. Been dipping since I was a teenager and now I’m 48. So many years this habit had control of my life I’m ready to take it back.

  9. Quitter of the dip. What are all the benefits of this site as I want to make this last for the rest of my life. I want to be there for my family moving forward and place this horrible addiction behind me.

    • When u make that promise it’s very binding. You don’t want to let your quit group down and most of all yourself. I’ve been quit for 1,019 days. Best thing I ever did. It’s hard but very doable. Jump right in and throw the can away and start.

    • Jason, benefits is that you join a group of people who are going through what you are going through and are here to give you support. Posting roll call every day helps you hold on one day at a time. Read through all of the threads to learn how to stay strong every day.

  10. Today is day 120. Very thankful for this website and the support it provides to us all.

    • Day 75 and not turning back. The support here is amazing. Thank you all for those that posts your progress and experiences. I’ve had and continue to have struggles, odd feelings, and cravings. But I know this will eventually pass and get better each day!

  11. Hey All. starting with my first day of quitting dipping again. I originally quit 2 years ago but recently started back up 4 months ago due to continued stress at work. This was something I hid from my wife because I knew she would be mad, but with her finding out today, I’m taking it as a message that i need to stop. i will keep everyone up with the process.

  12. This site helped me quit dipping 4 years ago. The support from others going through the same thing is a great help. I quit with you all today!

  13. 2218 days since my last dip (after almost 30 years of chewing). According to the calculator I’ve saved about $4000 and have helped my overall health in the process. Still days where the nicotine tries to tempt me, but at this point, I won’t let it win. If I can do, you can, too!

  14. Day 73 – gets a little easier each day

  15. hey guys i’m a old member and can’t seem to login.trying to get my email for a change in password but its no coming through

  16. Hey ya’ll. I’m gonna quit chewing to help save money for a dirt bike. I have three cans of chew left and when they’re gone I’m not buying another can again. Do you guys have advise for resisting the itch after the first three days of nicotine withdrawal? The worst thing for me when i first tried to quit was getting bored and doing things i used to do with some dip in my mouth. I went 2 months without dip last year and suddenly had the urge and just like that i went to the gas station and bought a can. I went from a can every two or three days before i quit to a can a day. I don’t want to spend money on fake chew cause as i said before, i want to save money for a bike.

    • What happens when you bought dirt bike? Are you planning to dip again?

    • I kept an empty can around just for a smell when an urge hit. Did the trick for me and got me over the waves when urges hit. Sunflower seeds, gum and anything else to keep mouth busy.

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