Emotions Anonymous with Stellar Steph

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May is Mental Health Awareness Month, a time to recognize the importance of taking care of our emotional and mental well-being. This month, we would like to feature a local support group free to the community called Emotions Anonymous (EA), which is dedicated to providing a safe space for individuals struggling with emotional difficulties.

Emotions Anonymous Support Group in Marshfield

EA is a 12-step program that is open to anyone interested in improving their emotional well-being, including those in addiction recovery. This program is designed to help individuals live more manageable lives by providing support, resources, and tools to cope with difficult emotions.

The EA program is facilitated by StellarSteph, a local mother of two studying psychology who also offers her astrology and tarot services to the community. The group meets every Wednesday at 7 pm at the Chestnut Center for the Arts in Marshfield.

The program’s foundational components include the 12 Steps, 12 Traditions, 12 Helpful Concepts, 12 Just for Todays, 12 Promises, 12 Slogans, and 12 Principles, which are derived from and used with permission from AA.

“EA is more than just a support group; it’s a community of people coming together to combat isolation and offer hope. The group is always looking to increase their attendance, as hearing other people’s experiences can be incredibly helpful, even if they’re not relatable. The feeling of not being alone and that hope is the most positive outcome of having a group setting and safe community space”


Moreover, EA offers a private local Facebook group for those who want extra support. The group is non-judgmental, and what is said stays there. The program is also open to suggestions for another time that would work for the rest of the community.

Mental health awareness month is a time to reflect on the importance of taking care of our mental and emotional well-being. EA is an excellent resource for those looking for a supportive community to improve their mental health. We encourage anyone who might benefit from EA to check out their meetings at the Chestnut Center for the Arts and find the support they need.