Overeaters Anonymous Meetings in Orange County on Tuesday:
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- Church of Christ
26558 Marguerite Parkway, Mission Viejo
HOW, 12 Step Study Wheelchair Access
- St. Matthews Church, Room 14
1111 Town & Country Rd, Orange
Step Study, Writing & Pitch
- College Hospital
275 Victoria St.,Conference Room, Costa Mesa
Womens Stag, OA 12 & 12 Study
- Laguna Niguel Presbyterian Church
30071 Ivy Glen Drive Upstairs/Elevator, Laguna Niguel
Podcast Speaker, Wheelchair Access, Young Person Friendly
- Emmanual Episcopal Church
1145 W. Valencia Mesa Dr., Shack Room, Fullerton, CA
Women's Stag, Varied Format/Writing
- Surf City Church
2721 Delaware St. @17th, Room 5, Huntington Beach
Big Book Study, Writing, Discussion Open Meeting
- St. Matthews Church
1111 W. Town and Country Road, Orange, Room 14
Big Book Study
Overeaters Anonymous is a 12-Step program similar to Alcoholics Anonymous, which offers physical, emotional and spiritual recovery for those who suffer from food addiction. Overeaters Anonymous is not a diet club or religious organization and there are no dues, fees or weigh-ins required for membership. Members represent a wide cross section of society and include those who have suffered from anorexia, bulimia, obesity, and many who have hidden their obsession while maintaining a normal weight. We gladly welcome anyone who thinks they may have a problem with their eating.
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Today’s Reading: He that is too secure is not safe. Thomas Fuller
Whether I have been abstinent twelve hours or twelve years, I never have it made. Today's recovery is all I have. A compulsive overeater who has had any kind of dieting career knows all too well how suddenly all the wonderful plans can come crashing down.
The one-day-at-a-time philosophy of Overeaters Anonymous is insurance against complacency. It guards against my projecting anything beyond this twenty-four hours. I know I am abstinent today, but I cannot tell what I will do tomorrow. That is the attitude that keeps me gratefully abstinent.
For today: I am sure only of this day's abstinence. I have no need to plan tomorrow's abstinence or weight loss. May 14, Page 135