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Would you like to read or pass along any of these pamphlets? All other EA material is copyright protected, but you are welcome to print, copy, and distribute these materials as much as you like. Simply click on the name and download a copy to read online or print locally. Please consider making a contribution to EA in order to allow us to continue to be able to provide them. The Service Center relies on your support to continue to operate. If you prefer to receive these publications by mail, you may order them from our on-line store at a minimal charge of 10 cents per item plus shipping. 

  • Revised 2017 EA Bylaws. The rules and regulations of Emotions Anonymous.

  • New to EA? This is a helpful piece to learn more about the program as a whole - what to expect at the meetings, ideas on how to participate yourself, and a list of the Twelve Steps. Also good to know is that all our pamphlets are numbered, so when you want to place an order, you can find the "Item #" on back of each one in the box that provides contact information.

  • This pamphlet provides additional information about the program and discusses what EA is - and is not. It's a good overview.

  • This pamphlet is in question-and-answer format, designed to provide information most newcomers are wondering about. Who comes to EA meetings? Will I fit in? If I come to EA, does that mean I am emotionally ill? How can I expect to get help from a group with members who may be just as emotionally dysfunctional as me? If I don't want to speak, how can I benefit from a meeting? Will I be forced to speak? Is there a group leader? Will they give advice? Will I be judged or criticized? What if I want one on one contact? Must I formally join one group? How long do I need to come to meetings? Are the meetings held by churches or hospitals sponsored by those institutions? Is EA certain to make me well? All these questions will be answered in this pamphlet.

  • An easy way to post your meeting information in your community! Fill in your meeting information and post at local coffee shops, groceries, libraries...anywhere you think people will see it! You may copy this as often as you like.

  • Why is EA a Step meeting? What if you haven't worked the Step that the group is on that week? Why don't we discuss our problems? Why does EA discourage cross talk and feedback during the meeting? What if someone strays from the subject of the meeting? Who manages the meeting? Why don't we discuss religion? All of these questions are answered in this pamphlet.

  • A report to the EA membership on activities of the past year, including contribution and financial information.

  • Want to share information about EA with a therapist or healthcare provider? This is a good overview of the program.

  • A quick and easy guide to the basics of the EA program. Great for newcomers to your meeting, to leave with healthcare providers, or to give to a friend who might benefit from the program.

  • Recommendations to encourage helpful, positive meetings and to create a level of uniformity across meetings, so anyone receives a similar experience when attending an EA meeting anywhere written by the Board of Trustees.

  • A list of literature, Spanish literature, CDs and merchandise that are for sale and the prices.

  • The main guide to how EA is managed.

  • All EA approved materials is written by members and approved by the Board of Trustees. This sheet provides a guide for those interested in submitting their writing for approval consideration. This is not a definitive guide, instead, it offers suggestions to follow that will help everyone understand what is encouraged in order for materials to be accepted.