12 step fellowship for solving emotional problems

Neurotics Anonymous is a group of people who come together to solve their emotional problems by following the Alcoholics Anonymous recovery program adapted for N / A. Neurotics Anonymous exists for the sole purpose of helping mentally and emotionally disturbed individuals to recover from their illness and maintain their recovery.

There are no charges or fees for being a member of Neurotics Anonymous or for the help of N / A. Recovered individuals help those who continue to suffer. Everyone is welcome to the open meetings of Neurotics Anonymous.

 

If you are one of the several million people who suffer from the nation's number one public health problem, mental and emotional illness, the Neurotics Anonymous fellowship offers help for you, even if everything you've tried has failed to get you relief. They talk about their personal experiences. We suffered from severe mental and emotional illness for years - depression, anxiety, loneliness, fear, and other torturous emotions. Many of us had years in psychiatry, medical treatment, and religious instruction; we were taking thousands of tranquilizers, anti depressants, sleeping pills and other medicines; we were in and out of hospitals; We attempted suicide - and we found a way out of the disease. They would like to give you this way out of illness so that you, too, can find the full, rich, happy, and rewarding life that they have found.

 

Contact Information

Phone: 323.766.7656

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Neurotics Anonymous
Neurotics Anonymous

Grover Boydston was an AA member, alcoholic, psychologist, and teacher of education. He had attempted suicide five times before the age of 21 and was neurotic. While in AA, Grover discovered that the work of the Twelve Steps helped eliminate the neuroses that underlie his alcoholism. As an experiment, Grover instructed a woman who suffered from neurosis, but not alcoholism, to work the Twelve Steps. He found that they also helped her recover from neurosis. She was the first member of Neurotics Anonymous He wrote to Alcoholics Anonymous World Services to get permission to use their Twelve Steps and replace the word "alcohol" with "our emotions." Permission was granted. Grover placed an advertisement in a Washington, DC newspaper for Neurotics Anonymous , and organized the first meeting of those who responded to it. Neuroticos Anonimos was created on February 3, 1964 in Washington, DC 

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Neurotics Anonymous Meetings
Neurotics Anonymous Meetings

Neurotics Anonymous has face to face meetings across the U.S.

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