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Thirty-one months after my first OA meeting I still feel very much an OA baby, if not a newcomer any longer. I remember vividly how it felt to ring the bell of the Bath House, where the Cambridge UK Thursday evening group meets. Although I had previous experience in another Twelve Step fellowship, I was apprehensive about OA, but the acceptance I felt at that first meeting has kept me coming back ever since. The shares, generosity, and love of the Cambridge fellows give me much to identify with, and I have learned a lot, even from one or two

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