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By the grace of God and the miracle of Overeaters Anonymous, I currently have over thirteen years of continuous abstinence and have maintained a 150-pound (68 kg) release. Over two years ago, I was blessed to run for regional representative for my intergroup. So many gifts and blessings have happened since I started going to our region assemblies and World Service Business Conference. But when I moved to a city with only one OA meeting, I discovered how small communities can be isolated and left out of the OA information loop. In my opinion, the big groups in large cities

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