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The Freedom Fifteen

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On February 6, 2018, I will celebrate fifteen years without a binge. My biological birth date is December 16, 1955, but in truth my life began some forty-eight years later. I don’t know what happened on that day, February 6, 2003, but I became empowered not to binge, and I’ve continued to be binge-free to this day. It is simply the best thing that ever happened to me. It set me free: free from the ball-and-chain of relentless, soul-draining bingeing; free to know my Higher Power and the peace and joy he/she brings; free to find out who I am and

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