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Our Small But Mighty IDEA

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Our IDEA celebration last year was a small but mighty gathering of recovering compulsive eaters, both newcomers and long timers. At 11:30 a.m. PST, we stood in a circle and turned to the person next to us, held his or her hand, and said, “I put my hand in yours, and together we can do what we could never do alone.” We heard a wonderful pitch about our disease and threefold recovery: physical, emotional, and spiritual. We heard how each “prong” is important in recovery and how the speaker works her program in all that she does. We were enlightened

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