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I’m a relapse survivor. I was in OA for about five years in the 1980s. Though I was in a formal religious system, I had no personal HP, so it should come as no surprise that I never achieved any long-term abstinence or serenity. I was using OA as a diet club. Being a compulsive reader, I collected all the OA literature I could find, including Lifeline. When I left OA (because I was tired of feeling like a hypocrite), I stashed all my literature, including all the old issues of Lifeline. That was one of the best compulsive decisions I ever made. I

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