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I am a compulsive overeater and powerless over sugar. It’s embarrassing to admit that publicly because many people laugh when they hear it. But I joined OA twenty-four years ago, and I’m recovering one day at a time. Physical recovery is happening slowly but surely. Where I’ve really seen progress in my life is in my emotional recovery. Working the Twelve Steps has changed my life. I am a manager at a major company. Recently, I was calling most of my group to a brainstorming session about a new system under development. I have employees who report directly to me,

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