Read this basic literature to help you work the Twelve Steps, which are the foundation The Twelve Step Workbook of Overeaters Anonymous Second Edition. This companion to the basic text of Overeaters Anonymous asks thought- provoking questions and provides space in which to write out answers. By gently . The Twelve-Step Workbook of Overeaters Anonymous has 38 ratings and 0 reviews. Meant to help the reader deepen their recovery work, this workbook contain.

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She helps explain how the Steps help us recapture the assets that were part of ourselves, so we can live happy, joyous and free, without the fear that we will be nothing without these defects. Jody Julian rated it really liked it Jul 10, The other speaker provides guidance on how to take our Fourth Step defects and resentments and discover the assets many of these defects actually were workbok our compulsive eating turned them into defects.

Available for free download now: The second part of Step Nine is also stressed, ensuring that no further injury or insult occur due to inappropriate amends.

For instructions to join the workshop, see Datebook Calendar on oa. Join us as we journey together in true fellowship to work the 12 Steps of OA! One of the speakers discusses why anpnymous found it so hard to be entirely ready to part with her defects, explains the concept of the payoff that kept her holding on to them and the key of an attitude of willingness: Feel free to share both your problems and their solutions.


To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Michelle Flegal rated it sgep not syep it Feb 18, If you would like to join our loop, type in your email address below and click on the Yahoo Groups button at the right. Continuing to do a personal inventory daily helps us identify character defects and feelings that come up unexpectedly and see if we need to make amends to anyone.

Kristine West rated it really liked it Nov 19, While Step Eight encourages forgiveness, it also requires the individual to focus on what his or her part was in the situation.

The best reason first: Anil Coumar rated it really liked it Mar 16, Jayne Hounsome rated it did not like it Sep 30, Lurae Levering rated it liked it Aug 01, Toni Alison Chadwell rated it it was amazing Apr 04, The purpose of this loop is to work the 12 Steps of Overeaters Anonymous via email together as a group.

Please, read the following guidelines and be sure to follow them when you begin to share on our loop: Dianne Happel DiFrisco rated it it was amazing Aug 03, Chris Guyer rated it it was amazing Apr 26, Join live the second Sunday each month, p.

Both speakers describe their own personal experience with doing Step Nine, giving specific examples of amends they have made.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Groups and service bodies are encouraged to use these podcasts in meetings. Amelia rated it really liked it Dec 22, Refresh and try again. The only requirement for joining this loop is a desire to stop eating compulsively.

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Perseverance is the spiritual principle of this Step. Dana Dale rated it it was amazing Feb 15, Published January 15th by Overeaters Anonymous, Incorporated.


Ioanna Giannaki rated it it was amazing Aug 27, Books by Overeaters Anonymous. Overeaterw cannot rest on our laurels if we are to continue our journey of recovery on a daily basis.

Alisha Johnson rated it really liked it Feb 17, Ceanne rated it really liked it Apr 19, Our purpose is to encourage, upbuild and strengthen our recovery from compulsive overeating, through sharing positive messages of truth, courage and the overcoming of adversity.

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This week the speakers share their stories of their experience, strength, and hope. Questions from the pamphlet Sponsoring through the Twelve Steps were provided to help members who might be stuck in Step Seven. No trivia or quizzes yet. Both speakers stress the freedom and relief felt in making the list and becoming willing, without any thought or concern about the future steps.

Lynda rated it it was amazing Jun 21, Emily Williams rated it really liked it Aug 28, Chrystal Mahan rated it it was ok May 08, Speakers read the “Introduction to the Twelve Steps” and discuss each aspect of Step One, sharing how it relates to their recovery.

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