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When I first came to OA, I had no hope. I thought I would never look normal or be able to eat regular food. I was obese and profoundly depressed. In OA, I found much more than just weight loss and “control”; I found a Higher Power, a Fellowship of people who understood me for the first time in my life, and a safe place to share my feelings. I have been in OA a little longer than twenty-seven years, and all the times I left my group or the program, my experiences were terrible. The first time, I’d moved

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