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All Roads to Recovery

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Tradition One says, “Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends upon OA unity.”

We all found our way to OA not because of our strength but due to our weakness, which is how we react to food or compulsive overeating.

The road I traveled to program was different from anyone else’s. I tried other Twelve Step programs after I came into our Fellowship, but OA was the only place where I felt accepted. I have remained here for more than twenty-four years.

— S.S., Sunnyvale, California USA

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