I am a completely different person today than when I came into food recovery in 2011. I think I am different on a cellular level. Why? Because I am no longer absorbed in food thoughts. My life for decades was directed by whether and what to eat. These thoughts occupied many hours each day! But until I came to OA and found the OA-HOW meeting format, I did not notice or see how much time I spent with food. After finding my OA-HOW meeting, I turned over food every morning, and there was no need to ponder the topic because

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