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Try Writing

At sharing time in OA meetings, I sometimes read thoughts I have written down. Sharing thoughts and speaking out loud what I have written helps my recovery. 336 more words

Overeaters Anonymous

OA's Responsibility Pledge

OA Responsibility Pledge – Always to extend the hand and heart of OA to all who share my compulsion; for this I am responsible.

Question – What have you gained from OA?

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Keeping our meetings focused on the primary purpose

There’s a new podcast series for 2016 centered on “Service and My Recovery.” In addition to the Steps and Traditions, each podcast explores one of the  324 more words

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A lesson from an osprey...

Last week while I was sailing, I had the privilege of watching a family of ospreys.  There were five birds all together – each making lazy circles in the sky above my sailboat.   421 more words

Starting Over, Again

I’ve heard relapse begins when I “start stopping” recovery behaviors. Daily recovery behaviors include planning and committing my food, praying, meditating, striving to live a spiritual life, practicing the Step principles in everything I do, being honest and doing service. 390 more words

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Bruce Almighty - Is It Odd or Is It God?

Several years ago, while working for a small, not-for-profit medical education company, I created a novel approach to training physicians about their diagnostic decision processes.  This idea had tremendous promise.  1,546 more words

06-28-16

We were asked to share testimonies in OA (overeater’s anonymous), and nothing scared me more. I always shared my testimony (in front of large crowds) of how God had saved me from two suicide attempts and self-harm, but I was healed from that. 602 more words

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