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“Any form of service—no matter how small— that helps reach a fellow sufferer adds to the quality of our own recovery.” —The Tools of Recovery Six months ago, I moved, leaving behind the OA meeting that had been my home for five years—my strong, healthy meeting full of abstinent recovery and knowledge of the Twelve Steps. There are meetings in my new town, but none that focus on abstinence. They’re more like support groups for people still actively overeating than places to receive the experience, strength, and hope of recovery. So what to do? My answer is: Do whatever it

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