OA has not only changed my life in a positive way, it has given me a life. I am learning how to put food in its proper place. It is now fuel for my body. It gets to come out only three times a day and stay at the table where I am eating. It no longer has the privilege of watching TV with me, being my best friend, or providing me with empty calories just for entertainment. I have grown up in the program. I am learning how to be a responsible, mature, productive member of society. I am

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