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One night, my sponsor asked me how I would feel about putting my scales away and only weighing myself every thirty days. At first, I was like, “What? You have to be kidding me!” I loved to weigh every day because it gave me a measuring stick for my progress. But I was in the program, literally willing to do whatever she asked of me because I wanted recovery desperately. The next morning, I had my daughter hide my scales from me, and I felt real peace about it. It hit me that I’d liked weighing every day because the

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