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I have been abstinent from bulimia for eleven years and abstinent from anorexia for ten years. I access the oa.org website to learn about all types of meetings so I can participate. Relying on the fact that I have choices about face-to-face, phone, and online meetings helps my recovery because I know I can use that meeting Tool and be of service in such ways. Successful abstinence for a day means that day is successful, even if nothing else gets accomplished. Living the message is the most powerful means of sharing recovery. Recently, two coworkers asked me about my 3-0-1 approach

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