Below, you will find a scan of the Triangle OA Newsletter for August 2014. To see all of our archived newsletters, please visit the Newsletter section of the website, here.
Below, you will find a scan of the Triangle OA Newsletter for July 2014. To see all of our archived newsletters, please visit the Newsletter section of the website, here.
There are a number of Group Support documents and help files on the OA.org website located here. One of the documents that your group might consider working through together on a yearly basis is the Group Inventory worksheet. This inventory can help to maintain the health of the group. In this post, we’ve provided the full text of the document, but you can also download it and save it as a PDF here.
OA Group Inventory
Use an entire meeting for an honest and fearless discussion of the group’s weaknesses
This inventory is divided into two parts. Part 1 is an inventory of the group as a whole;
Part 2 is a personal inventory of a member’s behavior in the group. Continue reading “Group Inventory”
At the 2014 World Service Business Conference, an Ask-It Basket box collected questions of the delegates for response by the Board of Trustees. Those delegate questions and the trustee responses are available on the OA website under World Service Events. Here is the link: http://www.oa.org/pdfs/
Below, you will find a scan of the Triangle OA Newsletter for June 2014. To see all of our archived newsletters, please visit the Newsletter section of the website, here.
A presentation on abstinence has been developed by the Region Chairs Committee. This presentation is now online in PowerPoint format for your use.
What is abstinence in Overeaters Anonymous? How can you use the tools of the program to achieve and maintain abstinence? As part of OA’s strategic plan, the Region Chairs Committee has created this Abstinence PowerPoint presentation to assist your group or service body in exploring the concept of abstinence. As you prepare to present it, you may find the following literature helpful:
- A Commitment to Abstinence
- A Plan of Eating
- Dignity of Choice
- “The Doctor’s Opinion” from Alcoholics Anonymous, 4th edition
When opening this document, select Read Only. If you prefer a PDF of the presentation, click here.
-Gloria Lockridge, Region 8 Chair, Delegate CoChair, Region Chairs Committee
-Terry Stuart, Publications Manager, Overeaters Anonymous World Service Office