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Having a spiritual awakening meant admitting my need for other people. Before OA, I was convinced it was up to me to stop eating compulsively. But having a group that works together potentiates any project’s effectiveness. Hearing others share about similar issues with food and feeling the group’s support have both helped my recovery. Also, by changing my relationship to food, I’m modeling healthy behavior for others, including family members.

— Elaine O., Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania USA

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