Neurotics Anonymous is a support group the helps people whose emotions interfere with their ability to function normally in daily life. Several emotional and behavioral issues fall under this definition. Some examples include:
- Obsessive behavior
- Compulsive behavior
Neurotics Anonymous helps people with these conditions, along with many others, improve the quality of their lives. The group follows a 12-step model, similar to Alcoholics Anonymous, intended to help people struggling with these mental or emotional illnesses to heal. Normally, people involved with Neurotics Anonymous attend regular meetings in order to receive support from other members who face the same struggles.
If you or someone you know could benefit from the help of neurotic support groups, please call 1-888-287-0471 today for more information.
Science has classified more the 200 types of mental illness.
Joining Neurotics Anonymous
Many people believe that mental disorders are uncommon, but that is not the case. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that one in 10 adults in the US struggles with depression. Many millions of Americans struggle with various types of mental illnesses every year. The information on treatment can be overwhelming. Many people try different medications and therapy but do not see improvement.
Neurotics Anonymous offers an alternative to other treatments. They are funded entirely through donations from members and the sale of their literature, so there is no conflict of interest. The group does not charge dues or membership fees and does not accept outside donations. All that is required to join the group is to attend meetings.
In a given year, 54 million Americans struggle with mental disorders.
The success of Neurotics Anonymous is largely due to their meetings. There are open meetings where anyone is welcome to attend and closed meetings where only those struggling with emotional problems can be present.
Different groups follow different meeting formats. Often, time is devoted to reading Neurotics Anonymous literature. There also may be time for anyone present to share their experiences and struggles. Normally, no commenting is allowed while someone else speaks, and no one offers feedback on what the speaker says. Some groups spend time discussing their progress or struggles with following the 12 steps. Many groups offer meetings that cater to certain ages, genders or languages; however, any Neurotics Anonymous member can attend any meeting. Every group’s main focus is assisting those who need help, and newcomers are considered to be just as important as those who’ve been attending Neurotics Anonymous meetings for months or years. If you would like more information or would like help finding Neurotics Anonymous meetings near you, call 1-888-287-0471 today.
Did You Know?
More Americans suffer from depression than from coronary heart disease, cancer and HIV/AIDS.
What to Expect
“If you have struggled with any mental or emotional issues that hinder your ability to function in life, Neurotics Anonymous can help you overcome them.”Neurotics Anonymous does not tell its members that attending support meetings will cure them. However, they do say that if you attend meetings, follow their 12-step program and try hard to get better, your life will improve. Those who attend meetings have similar emotional problems and are working to get better. The group’s structure creates an opportunity for members to share what they are going through and learn what has helped others in the group. Members are often just a phone call away if you should ever need help outside of meetings.
If you have struggled with any mental or emotional issues that hinder your ability to function in life, Neurotics Anonymous can help you overcome them. If you think receiving group support for your emotional issues could you lead to a happier life, please call 1-888-287-0471 today.