I thought I was stuck with my very unhappy life, seeing no way out. But I tried Emotions Anonymous and they told me it didn't have to be that way. Slowly I began to see that, in effect, I was wearing blinders. Actually, there WERE options, I just hadn't been able to see them before. I learned OTHER ways of dealing with my life. Actually, in EA I gradually I learned how to build a HAPPY life!
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EA is a 12 Step group in which we admit to being powerless over our emotions. Some of us add that we're also powerless over other people, places, and things. So ANYbody qualifies to be a member of EA. A support group founded many years ago by AA members for folks with emotional problems, we come to gain some control over our thoughts and behaviors - which is a great help to most of us!!
When: Mondays, rare holidays excluded, from 7:30 to 8:30. i.e.: We'll BE there tomorrow!!
Where: The conference room off the cafeteria of Shoal Creek Hospital, 3701 Mills Ave. The temperature is somewhat unpredictable so dressing in layers is appropriate.. The fellowship, however, is always warm and welcoming.
Between W. 34th and W. 38th Sts - behind Randall's and just by the Shoal Creek hike-and-bike trail, we're west of Medical Park Tower and Seton Medical Center. Email Carol at this address, call Elizabeth - 457-1448, or see www.EmotionsAnonymous.org.