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Our meeting responded to a discussion question from an issue of Lifeline: “What would you say to a still-suffering compulsive overeater?” One day at a time, through the program and other recovering overeaters, our spirits begin to shine through the clouds of loneliness and isolation. Keep coming back. The miracle will happen for you too. There is hope. There is always hope. No matter what level of despair or pain you are experiencing and no matter how bleak your future seems, there is hope. This is a program of action, so focus on what you can do. Can you call

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