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All the Way In

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A couple of months ago, I was out walking my dogs when I received a call from one of the many names in my contacts list to which I’d given the last name only as “OA.” I answered and was happy to chat with an OA fellow whom I’d met several years earlier in the town where I’d first attended meetings. Even though I had moved three years ago, this particular woman had made outreach calls and texts to me periodically as part of working a strong program herself. During this conversation, she asked me very casually if I was

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