OAMen.org is dedicated to distributing information about men's OA meetings, initially in the Boston area, and beyond.
My therapist suggested Overeaters Anonymous during an appointment. I responded with a rough equivalent of “thank you for sharing.” I figured I was okay now that I had lost a lot of weight, but really it was just the low end of a yo-yo loss and gain
When I started in OA years ago, I was usually the only man at meetings. That’s still true today. I’m not sure why, because many men share our disease.
This is a reading of the pamphlet To the Man Who Wants to Stop Compulsive Overeating, Welcome.
OA’s Responsibility Pledge states: “Always to extend the hand and heart of OA to all who share my compulsion; for this I am responsible.”
Help spread the word about OAmen.org, so every man in OA knows about their options for sharing in a way they are most comfortable.