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Prior to May 1979, I was unhappy, overweight, and miserable. I ate to console myself, and things got worse with every binge. The vicious cycle was a major part of my life, and I saw no way out. Fast-forward thirty-six years, and I have been blessed with many miracles. Abstinence has become the most important thing in my life, and I live by the Steps, Tools, and Principles of the program. One of the Tools I use is writing, and I encourage everyone to take advantage of the workbooks we have. I read Voices of Recovery with one sponsee, and we

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