Listen to recordings of virtual workshops on a variety of topics, including The Importance of Working All 12 Steps, OA Literature: The Heart and Soul of OA and Our Primary Purpose. Members share their experience, strength, and hope to bring the Twelve-Step program of Overeaters Anonymous to life.
“Each group should be autonomous except in matters affecting other groups or OA as a whole.” – Tradition Four
“The right of participation ensures equality of opportunity for all in the decision—making process.”– Concept Four
The principle of Tradition Four is Autonomy and Concept Four is Equality. The workshop speakers share their individual stories of recovery and how autonomy and equality are important in both their service work and in their lives. For additional study, review The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Overeaters Anonymous and The Twelve Concepts of OA Service.
In this series of workshops, members share on the importance of working ALL Twelve Steps and how working the Steps changed their lives physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
“Sound Bites from Overeaters Anonymous (OA)” was an Internet radio show that aired October 17, 2012 to January 9, 2013 on VoiceAmerica.com. It is dedicated to educating you about recovery from compulsive eating using OA’s 12-step program, so you recognize the symptoms and find the support you need and a program that works to help you achieve and maintain a healthy weight. (In keeping with Tradition 6, OA does not endorse nor is affiliated with Voice America.)
Hear interviews with members in recovery from compulsive eating, readings of some of OA’s literature, and recordings of OA meetings.