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Should I Quit?

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I had many years of Twelve Step recovery from an addiction unrelated to food, and I thought adding OA would be a snap. I joined OA in January 2010, and because of my previous Twelve Step experience, I knew I had to attend meetings and get a sponsor. Within the first three weeks, I found meetings I liked, and I still have the same sponsor today. My sponsor asked me to write down everything I ate and when I ate it. She also asked me to do a “daily fifteen” list: five things for which I was grateful, five things

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