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Strong Force of Support

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Dear Sponsor, I received an outreach call from you at a time when I was grappling with the idea of never going back to OA. I was struggling with a few of my defects, and because I felt overwhelmed by them, it was easy for me to blame another party for my relapse into my old patterns of eating. I had already convinced myself that I was done, that this was just the way I was, and I was going to have to make a plan to fix it all by myself. Your call came at the right time. I

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