Guidance from World Services

Guidance to Groups and Intergroups from your World Services

Tradition Four says Each group should be autonomous except in matters affecting other groups or GSA as a whole. Tradition Five tells us that, Each group has but one primary purpose – to carry its message to the compulsive eater who still suffers.

Groups and intergroups are autonomous entities within the GreySheeters Anonymous fellowship. Each group and intergroup decides for itself how best to carry the GreySheet message. 

Groups and intergroups will want to benefit from the experience of other groups and intergroups. One of the services that GSA World Services provides is to gather the collective experience of our groups and intergroups. We make it available to groups and intergroups as World Service Guidance.

GSA World Services has gathered experience on three topics for groups and intergroups to consider:

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