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Leaving My Comfort Zone

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Coming back from work one late winter afternoon, I caught myself thinking that since the weather was cold, I’d better get home, take a hot shower, put on those nice pajamas, have a soup, and finally snuggle into a soft warm blanket to watch a movie or read a novel or newspaper. However, it was Wednesday, the day of my weekly OA meeting. Since it was so, I realized my best option was to put on warm clothes and run to the meeting. I might be tired, but my compulsive overeating has a “wonderful” disposition, always ready to catch me.

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