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Being in Overeaters Anonymous has changed my life for the better and given me a different lease on life. More importantly, it has broken those chains that for forty years prevented me from living the full life that God desires me to live. I did not discover the root cause of why I overate until 2005, when I had a revelation that I was molested by my uncle when I was 4 years old, and worst of all, was molested again by my mother at age 7. In my childhood, I resorted to self mutilation, such as scratching and biting

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