I would never tell someone that there is a tried and true way to quit using tobacco. In fact, it’s quite the opposite for most people. The best thing you can do is accept that fact without using it as a way to bail out on your original goal to quit. I’m sure you’ve heard the term setting the bar high. In this case, it is absolutely necessary to set the bar high. Clearing the bar means quitting tobacco.
During your journey over the bar, you might hit your head a few times, you might forget you had set a bar at all, or you might get wasted at the bar and wake up smelling like Cope straight and Budweiser. The point is that even though this can and will happen, it won’t happen when you decide to make it stop. Does this sound pretty obvious? That’s because it is. The way to quit tobacco is for you to make yourself stop using tobacco. That’s the spoiler alert to every kind of program or book that exists and is out there just to make money, and it is the hardest step to every “program”.
This blog has one purpose, and that is to help to share my mindset about quitting chewing tobacco, which is the hardest thing I’ve had to do in my life. Stay tuned for my grand entrance, and an introduction about how I started dipping.