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Skye’s No-Limit

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Step Nine: Made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others. As a compulsive eater, I need to ask my Higher Power to guide every aspect of my life. The littlest thing can easily tip me off-balance. Lately, my home renovations resulted in impulsive online purchases. I’ve been asking God for help with curbing this behavior, and the other day I was presented with an opportunity to do so. Let’s call her Skye. I was rushing to a supermarket to pick up a few items when I noticed a woman pulling

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