This week I gained an insider’s perspective of Overeater’s Anonymous (OA) with my courageous guest Halina Brooke. As an ex-member, she is livid and ready to vent her spleen about the goings on in this super secretive organisation. Just what is OA all about, and how helpful is it for people who seek their guidance? Is OA helping people to recover, or is it just trying to force people to be ‘better’ at disordered eating?


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