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When I read another person’s story, a personal share, it reminds me I have a story as well, and I have nothing to be ashamed of or embarrassed about. I learn so much from others; their experience helps me get through my own. The stories help me look inside myself more and see and feel how much I can relate to others. Their stories remind me of the things I’ve done and gone through myself. They bring up the past and help me deal with what I am too scared to face on my own. Stories from other OA members make

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