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OA Found Me

Prior to entering Overeaters Anonymous in September 2004, I was a 25-year-old woman who could not break free of the binge and starve merry-go-round. My troubled relationship with food began at an early age. During my early teens, my food restriction was progressive. I was already fearful of  Read more...

Blessing in Disguise

I am an anorexic. For my own good, I need to begin this way. It took a long time to admit this because I was ashamed. There are times now, however, when I’m actually grateful for my addiction because wonderful things are happening inside me. My first year in OA, I fought the program an Read more...