Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous (ABA)

Pamphlets

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#P-01 Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous
A 12-Step Fellowship and recovery program for women and men with eating disorders

A good basic introduction to ABA for newcomers, containing general information about the ABA Fellowship and Program. Includes twenty questions, “Do You Have an Eating Disorder?” to assist the reader in identifying whether they belong in ABA. The back page reads “How Can I Find ABA Locally?” followed by a large blank space that ABA Groups can fill as they see fit (with ABA phone numbers, local meeting directory, etc) before giving the pamphlet to the newcomer.
Highly recommended for inclusion in “Newcomer Packages” and for distribution at all ABA meetings.

Yellow, Tri-fold leaflet

#P-02 Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous for the Compulsive Eater
Specifically designed for newcomers who regard themselves as “compulsive overeaters” or “binge eaters” and are as yet unable to identify how they could belong in a Fellowship of anorexics and bulimics. Introduces the “Loonie Theory” of eating disorders contained in ABA’s textbook and defines the “drug” and “sobriety” from an ABA perspective. It then directly tackles the question of being or feeling overweight, which is often at the forefront of these newcomers’ minds. Includes ten questions to help compulsive eaters identify whether they belong in ABA. Recommended for all ABA meetings to have available for newcomers.

Sky-blue, Tri-fold leaflet

#P-03 Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous
Meetings, Groups, Home Groups - What Are They?

An important pamphlet intended to address the frequent confusion around these key terms. It clearly and succinctly describes the essential features distinguishing ABA "Meetings" from ABA "Groups" and delineates the importance of the "Home Group" for all ABA members. Strongly recommended reading for all members, this is an important resource to have available wherever ABA gathers. (This pamphlet is condensed from a more extensive document with the same title which is found on this website in the Documents section.)
Light green, Tri-fold leaflet