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P.O. Box 4245
St. Paul, MN 55104-0245
The Emotions Anonymous (EA) is an international, non-profit, self-help group that follows a twelve-step program (similar to Alcoholics Anonymous) for individuals seeking emotional health and wellness. EA sponsors support group meetings for the purpose of facilitating mutual help by the sharing of experiences, strength, and hope, and working toward recovery from emotional difficulties. Individuals for whom EA has proved beneficial include those experiencing problems such as anger, depression, panic or anxiety, phobias, grief, broken or strained relationships, difficulty expressing emotions, low self-esteem, obsessive or compulsive behavior, worry, tension, and a variety of other emotional problems. Founded in 1971, EA has grown to encompass approximately 1,000 groups in 33 countries. EA is an anonymous program that protects the confidentiality of its members at all times.
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