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I am on social media a lot, and I was fortunate to be among the first members of the first registered OA group on a popular social media site. We follow all Twelve Traditions of OA and have two meetings a week. I found my sponsors through this group. Through the site, I message one of them daily about my food, and this has enabled me to stay abstinent since I now have to be accountable to someone. I’ve learned so much from these meetings. Plus, there are posts that are like the talk that goes on after a face-to-face meeting.

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