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Oh is One Syllable

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Driving to my OA meeting this morning, I felt a sense of calm about this past week. An authority figure had made an inappropriate comment, and I spoke my truth without becoming belligerent, without thinking obsessively about the situation afterward, without gossiping, and without stuffing down my anger with food. Someone else asked me for a favor that carried the potential for crossing my personal boundaries. I took time to reflect and spoke my truth. I offered what I could without guilting myself for taking care of my needs, without guilting the other party for having dared to make the

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