I tried a very simple exercise to try to quantify how I spent my money and time, showing what it’s like now in my recovery and the costs of my compulsive eating. I probably do give this level of service (about sixteen hours), but when it comes to money . . . looks like more is due in the pot from me from now on! — Anonymous For Discussion and Journaling In Costs and Benefits the writer wanted to determine a reasonable Seventh Tradition contribution by making a chart of how much was spent weekly on compulsive overeating and other

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