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Overeaters Anonymous (OA) is a Twelve Step program for people identifying themselves as "powerless over food" including, but not limited to, compulsive overeaters, those with binge eating disorder, bulimics and anorexics. OA was founded by Rozanne S. and two other women in January, 1960. more at Wikipedia

Treatment Success Rate

Top 5 Communities
Condition Members Success
Food Addiction
Eating Disorders
Diets & Weight Maintenance
Overall, 68% (1209 Members) find Overeaters Anonymous (OA) helpful

Overeaters Anonymous (OA) Reviews

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I did not take it seriously it was more a thing to do and go eat afterwards with my friend
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Good foundation to learn to love yourself and not harm oneself. I learned to plan for eating out as well.
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I don't find people to be helpful. I like the program. No one helps. Hard to find friendship because I am shy.
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it worked, but i cannot find one where i am living.
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I weigh alot and started a diet but struggling
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Very, very, helpful. It gives me hope.
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I have been abstinent from bulimia since being in OA. It helps me to honest about my food and present struggled with overeating.
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Worked and I learned alot about emotional eating.
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Finally realized it is time to face the "stuff" I have also realized I am worthy of asking for help from my Higher power. I always thought that there were so many other more "important" things to ask help for..
Not anymore..I have to be freed from the disease and learn to live and cope with the disease instead of making excuses
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