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Writing Voices of Recovery

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OA literature plays a large part in my recovery from compulsive eating. We’ve made many changes, and helping with the development of Voices of Recovery connected me with OA members around the world. It was my chance to express myself through writing and to read other members’ ideas. Creation of this publication started in 1998, when members were asked to use their favorite quote from OA-approved literature and write about their experiences in two hundred words or less. (Quotes from literature not created by the Overeaters Anonymous Fellowship were not allowed for reasons of copyright protection.) The OA Conference Literature

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