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Together We Get Better

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When I walked through the doors of my first OA meeting I was skeptical, anxious, and ashamed. I circled the room awkwardly, found a seat, and plastered a fake smile on my face. I felt resigned that I’d finally hit such a low bottom and this was the last hope for me. But I thought that if I just tried this, they’d give me the diet and I could follow it (like so many diets I’d followed before), and by some magic, I would be cured this time, and I’d never have to come back. At first, the love in

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