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Pot of Gold

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If it weren’t for OA, I wouldn’t be able to see. I’m not blind, but the fog of compulsive overeating blinded me. By maintaining abstinence and working the Steps, the fog was lifted, and I began to see the world as it is. I began to see color. Recovery gave me the ability to pursue my childhood dream of learning to paint. Recovery allowed me to go to my first art class at age 50. Recovery taught me how to keep coming back, even when I felt like cutting off my ear! Recovery taught me how to listen and be

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