We, eight compulsive overeaters and ordinary OA members, recently completed a sixteen-week workshop using the Overeaters Anonymous Twelve Step Workshop and Study Guide. We found the process so transformative in our lives and recovery that we want to share our extraordinary experience. We hope everyone finds the strength and profound intimate connection we found, for we now believe the saying “connection is an antidote to addiction.” At our regular meeting, a visitor from out of town had shared so excitedly about OA’s new green workbook that we decided on the spot to host a workshop ourselves. Each member left that

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