I’m going to try to make this as quick and as easy to understand as possible. I, along with many others in the April HOF Class, have made it to this great day. If you aren’t quite to 100 days, you will only be here if you truly want to be. You have to believe in yourself and want to quit. Determination is the only word I can come up with that sum sit all up. You have to have it to succeed. My story is similar to many here. I started on my 18th birthday, April 25, 2010. I hated my first dip, but I kept dipping. I hid it from everyone in my life. Few people knew. I dipped daily until January 9, 2011. I know I dipped nowhere near as long as others, not even a full year. But quitting was something I needed to do. I quit. I threw everything I had away. The fist few days were total hell. Everything was annoying and made me pissed. I got through it and this led to a few weeks of tough cravings. It got a whole lot better as time went on. Through my quit my father had a heart attack and that was tough to get through, but I did. He made it through fine, if you were wondering. I had a few late term cravings, but they were nothing like how they were at the beginning. Before I know it I’m at 100 days. It’s a great feeling.
To the many reading this I realize I am young, and didn’t dip for a long time. And I can say that what I went though was hell, and I cannot begin to understand what you all went through. We are strong. We have, determination.
Here’s to another 100 days!