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Thought, Preparing for Action

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Step Three: Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him. When I first joined Overeaters Anonymous, the first three Steps annoyed and frustrated me. What were these Steps that could not be proven with any tangible evidence? I wanted to be writing my inventory in Step Four so I could check off a completed task with satisfaction. How could I actually know I had completed Step Three? What does making a decision look like? Like any typical newcomer to OA, I was praying to my Higher Power to “Grant me

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