Home Steps Group-Level Effort

Group-Level Effort

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Service at the group level is that which can be accomplished by the group members on a weekly basis. Tradition Eight at the group level reminds me that I’m just one of many trying to survive the disease of compulsive eating. The longer I’m in program, the more I realize I don’t know what will work for anyone other than myself. I practice the Principle of Tradition Eight, fellowship, and give of my time and energy to help others who share my disease. I do this out of gratitude to my Higher Power and to the other members who gave

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