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Is OA for you?

  1. Do you eat when you’re not hungry?
  2. Do you go on eating binges for no apparent reason?
  3. Do you have feelings of guilt and remorse after overeating?
  4. Do you give too much time and thought to food?
  5. Do you look forward with pleasure and anticipation to the time when you can eat alone?
  6. Do you plan these secret binges ahead of time?
  7. Do you eat sensibly before others and make up for it alone?
  8. Is your weight affecting the way you live your life?
  9. Have you tried to diet for a week (or longer), only to fall short of your goal?
  10. Do you resent others telling you to “use a little willpower” to stop overeating?
  11. Despite evidence to the contrary, have you continued to assert that you can diet “on  your own” whenever you wish?
  12. Do you crave to eat at a definite time, day or night, other than mealtime?
  13. Do you eat to escape from worries or trouble?
  14. Have you ever been treated for obesity or a food-related condition?
  15. Does your eating behavior make you or others unhappy?

Have you answered yes to three or more of these questions?
If so, it is probable that you have or are well on your way to having a compulsive overeating  problem. We have found that the way to arrest this progressive disease is to practice the Twelve-Step recovery program of Overeaters Anonymous.

If you have any questions about the program and how it can help you, don’t hesitate to get in touch with anyone that’s listed as a contact person on the OA meeting list or send us an email at info@RochesterOA.org.  Also, we suggest you read our pamphlet “Where Do I Start, Everything a Newcomer Needs to Know”, which can also answer question about the program that you might have. Where Do I Start - Cover

OA Rochester Intergroup
P.O. Box 20683
Rochester, NY 14602
info@RochesterOA.org