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Totally Immersed

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My first Unity Day was in February, 2010. I had just started attending meetings, but I had no idea how the program worked. At a Unity Day celebration, I was exposed to dozens of people working the Steps. It wasn’t about being overweight; it was about sanity. At a workshop, I made friends who encouraged me to work the Steps, and they encourage me still. I learned that reaching out to others and caring for them was a gift to myself as well as to them. I got a sponsor shortly after Unity Day and started following a food plan.

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