Anybody participate in OA. My doctor has brought it up before and I get freaked out. I am a foodaholic. I abstained for years maintaining a healthy weight and then things have just crashed and over the past year lost 60 or so pounds, gained 80 lost 20 etc. I just left a relationship of 12 years which is the best diecision I have ever made and I know will be great overall for my health. One reason for myself was to make amends with the kitchen. I am intensely afraid of kitchens, my OCD makes them untouchable. When I buy food, it goes bad but I can't throw it out. People have always catered until it was months old and just got mad and threw it out for me. Has anybody found OA helpful to find people who truly understand? to have support to face this not so alone? I think this in the wrong catagory it should be ask for advice. I am sorry.
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