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THE LAW OF SOBRIETY FOR ALL ADDICTIONS

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The law of Sobriety takes the principles of the Law of Attraction and puts them to work for the specific purpose - to help individual’s recover from their addictions,  whatever that addiction might be  including alcohol, drugs, sex, gambling, food, co-dependency, love, and or shopping.   However, in order to understand the Law of Sobriety, you need to understand The Law of Attraction.  The Law of Attraction states your life is related to your thoughts – both conscious and unconsciously – those thoughts we put out into the universe.  Thoughts are a type of energy, and the energy you put out into the world is the same energy you will receive or attract back into your life, both positive and negative.

The Law of Sobriety Increasehelps you take actions steps in your recovery which essentially means the energy you are putting out into the universe with these positive steps, will be what you attract back in order to have peace, joy, and serenity in your recovery process.  That is why it is so important that the thoughts and actions your take align with your path of recovery.  Thoughts of fear, rage, and discontent, according to the Law of Attraction will not only keep you from fulfilling your recovery goals, but will be what is attracted back to you.  If you live in fear, you will be afraid to try a new career or move on from a bad relationship.  It will keep you frozen in misery and anger.   If you are living with resentments, you are sure to attract back the same people, places and things that cause you to be resentful.

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Sherry Gaba, Celebrity Life Coach and Psychotherapist on VH1's Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew, is also a psychotherapist and life coach specializing in individual, couples, family, and group psychotherapy. With over thirteen years of experience as a clinician, and a graduate of USC specializing in addictions, eating disorders, parenting, single parenting, divorce, and life coaching, Sherry is currently serving as a private practitioner working with a broad spectrum of clients.


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