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In moments of feeling “terminally unique,” the author of I Belong (p. 13) would ask, “Do you look for similarities or differences? If we look for recovery and work for recovery, we will find it, no matter how different we think we are.” What similarities do you share with your OA fellows? Where do you see recovery? Write down your observations.

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