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“I am a big fan of Lifeline. I read it during my daily quiet time and take it on trips. If my trip is short, I am not apt to make phone calls or attend meetings. Then the magazine really is a ‘lifeline.’ … Lifeline is one of the main OA tools I use myself and share with others.” — Gail D., Claremont, California USA; “A Major Tool,” Lifeline, February 2009
The true stories in Lifeline, written by OA members, share the challenges and triumphs of recovery from compulsive overeating. Lifeline publishes a list of monthly topics and questions to encourage members to share their stories of experience, strength and hope. The Lifeline Writers Guidelinesprovide additional assistance to would-be writers, describing the submission process and giving guidance on how to write articles. A sample issue of Lifeline appears online, sharing with newcomers and Web-site visitors the support available in Lifeline’s pages. Lifeline readers can locate articles from the previous year by referring to the2015 Lifeline index.
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