Unity plays a role for me in going to any length to recover. My sponsor told me to attend OA events, and not only was it good for my program, but also it was a service to support all the OA members who organized the event and all the others who attended. So often I need to make attendance a priority—to let go of doing something else on a Saturday or Sunday afternoon. I may need to drive pretty far to attend an event, but none has ever really let me down. I’ve always been rewarded with at least one

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