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Giving Service, Receiving Help

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I am a compulsive eater who arrived in OA six years ago and has been in continuous abstinence ever since. I maintain a weight loss of more than 40 kilograms (88 lbs). I know I have an emotional, spiritual, and physical disease and need to keep my recovery strong by doing daily work. This is a simple program, not an easy one. Working my program has kept me from relapse, but these last few months brought many difficulties with anger and resentment. I didn’t want to feel these things, but they were stronger than me, and I felt anger and resentment

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