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A time eventually came in Overeaters Anonymous when I realized I no longer felt impossible. Somehow, working the program had brought about that change. My Twelve Step history is longer than my specific OA history, so it took years, but that change did come about. Today, my sponsee was writing about letting go of the idea that one should feel good all the time. Personally, I need those times when Higher Power prods me with a twinge of “Oops! Wrong thing to have done!” I especially appreciate any twinge that stops me before I goof up. Probably the hardest times to get through without

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