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Before program my top weight was 430 pounds (195 kg). At my first meeting 30 years ago, I weighed 380 pounds (172 kg). I reached my goal weight of 200 pounds (90 kg) and maintained that approximate weight for many years. Later, I relapsed to a new top weight of 460 pounds (209 kg). Now with four years of abstinence, I am back to within 20 pounds (9 kg) of my goal weight. I am grateful for OA. I almost didn’t stay in OA because I was an atheist who felt he could prove God didn’t exist. When I asked

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