Working at a substance abuse center (I'm the office manager which is such a full-time job I only counsel certain classes, and as a "backup"), this article really interested me. It's about OA, and I have looked into it for both clients and myself. On the actual magazine, certain quotes from this article were enlarged and bolded, which caught my eye even more. The one that stuck out the most to me was, "Frosting is my crack." I felt an immediate connection to this woman because I was literally fighting off an urge to walk to the convenience store and buy a container of cake icing when this magazine came in the mail.
*On a side note, what the heck do you call that container of icing?? This is driving me nuts. It's not a jar, or a cup, or a carton, or a tub. What the heck is it?!?!
Anyhow, here is a link to the article on their website. I thought someone else might find it interesting at the least, and maybe even helpful.www.marieclaire.com/health-fitness/advice/
Enjoy, and feel free to discuss on this thread! I'm interested in seeing others' thoughts.
Edited by: DLSMITH411 at: 4/23/2011 (11:07)
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-- G.K. Chesterton
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