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The “Write Way” to Work the Steps

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When I first came into OA and sought out a sponsor to guide me along my path to recovery, she asked me to complete a reading and writing assignment every day. At this, I balked! I’m not that good of a writer and didn’t think I’d be capable of doing it. She was kind and gentle with me, but insisted that she was still sure I could accomplish this daily task. I didn’t have to write a book, she assured me. Even a single sentence would be fine, and it didn’t have to be a very thought-provoking sentence at that. “Just

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