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Mark
Click to view contentTo update your quit date on your mobile phone and sync to the EX Community you'll need to go through the following steps.   Start on the EX Community and then Scroll down to My Quit Plan. It will take you to a green box with your Quit Date and Days of freedom shown. Click the pencil to edit and then choose a new date.  Confirm the new date and… (Show more)
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Mark
Welcome to EX!   Introduce yourself, share your username and link to profile ( example: https://quitnet.meyouhealth.com/#/users/72397)   from QuitNet so people know who you are (if your username changed)   We're excited to learn many new names and faces! Be sure to check out Helpful Links on the right side of QuitNet Group.   Welcome QuitNet… (Show more)
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Jujujulie
How can I view the list of Quitnet members?
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Maki
Not sure what's come over me , but have been thinking this evening of our dear Quitnet .  I love this place as well , it's really been amazing and welcoming , I feel at home here , but something just has me thinking of many a dear Quitnet friend tonight . I wonder how they are doing , are they still quit , have those who relapsed now got stable… (Show more)
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Youngatheart.7.4.12
I am worried about him, and wondering if anyone might have contact information to check on him? Thanks! Nancy
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CJ_A
Feeling lost this morning... Trying to find the Qmunity.  I'm in the QuitNet Group - Looking for the main feed and conversation...   It's shows there are only 27 QuitNet followers here
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JulieSw
March 4th, 2020,  6 years smoke free
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WaynenMary
Tuesday January 6th  2020 I will meet all Quitnet Members here for one big hug!!
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Mark
So I have been a quintet member since 2006.  I log in once or twice a year....especially around my Anniversary.  Today I tried to log in and lo and behold no quit net.  Bummer.     So. Quit Date:  2/7/2006 smoked 1 and 1/2 packs per day   just logged in to say thank God I quit.  14 years and not a puff.  Here’s to breathing!  #
dorcharrd
haaahoooo! I am doing this. If I can just wait 3 min. then the craving passes and I am 'doing something' . Gum Gum Gum.....hopefully slows...it is not cheap. The money I save from buying cigs is more..... but...….Patches free, good thing, they are more expensive. I survived my inlaws  (outlaws) of various parts of the family- 3 weekends in a row ,… (Show more)
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