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I am a compulsive overeater from Brazil, and I have so much gratitude for virtual meetings. I am alive because one night in 2010 someone wrote me that I could find online meetings every night here in Brazil. I weighed 253 pounds (115 kg) and had health problems with my lungs. All I wanted to do was sleep and eat. The food was killing me. I began giving service in these online meetings two months after my first meeting, and it was the best thing I could do for myself. Sometimes I didn’t want to keep coming back, but I

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