The Celebrity Therapist

The Celebrity Therapist


Pets As Positive Energy In Life

posted by sherrygaba

As you know I am a firm supporter in the use of positive energy in my life and in the life of the people I work with. My book “The Law of Sobriety” is based on the Law of Attraction and encourages people to learn to use the positive energy in the world around them to create the life and space that they want and desire. Having loving, positive, supportive relationships can only happen if the person in recovery is open to accepting these relationships in his or her life. And this is all based on truly being able to love yourself, get rid of negative, toxic relationships and open your heart to the truly great ones.
For individuals that have had problems with addiction in their lives accepting the fact that the universe wants to provide this positive relationships is often a mental hurdle that has to be crossed. Addicts may see themselves as deeply flawed, unworthy or undeserving of a wonderful, supportive and positive relationship. This is because they are still filled with emotional negativity and negative thoughts. Only by purging those negative emotions and energy can your heart and mind be opened for new and better options.
One way to encourage the positive emotion and energy of love into your life is through a pet. Dogs, cats and other pets that show affection and attention are a wonderful addition to your family. Your love and caring for your pet will make you feel good and you will experience more positive emotions because of the unconditional love to and from your pet. As you feel good about yourself in this relationship and open your heart up to feeling love and loved, the opportunities for more relationships on this positive level will present themselves in your life. Learning to love and be loved is the basis for a real change in the way we see the world around us and our pets can be a wonderful source of this love and positive energy.

Sherry Gaba LCSW, Psychotherapist, Life & Recovery Coach is featured Celebrity Rehab on VH1. Sherry is the author of “The Law of Sobriety” which uses the law of attraction to recover from any addiction. Please download your Free EBooks from Sherry™s Enrich Your Life Series. Contact Sherry at sherry@sgabatherapy.com for webinars, teleseminars, coaching packages and speaking engagements. Listen to Sherry on A Moment of Change with Sherry Gaba on CBS

 



Previous Posts

Signs Of Danger: When Love Turns To Addiction
Love addiction can be equated to the need to be in a relationship regardless of how potentially damaging, abusive or even potentially self-destructive it may be. Often, when people are in a relationship, maintaining the relationship becomes all important, even if the other person no longer wishes to

posted 2:55:49pm Jun. 04, 2014 | read full post »

Celebrities And Adderall Abuse
There are a range of different reasons and different prescription medications that are abused or used off-label by average people as well as those with celebrity status. One of these medications is Adderall, a drug commonly prescribed for children and adults with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive

posted 8:45:19am Apr. 03, 2014 | read full post »

The 5 Most Surprising Celebrity News Stories Of 2013
Sometimes when you hear a celebrity’s name in the news you just know what is going to follow. You may also have been one of the millions that knew of the addiction or hidden secret of the celebrity that suddenly the star feels necessary to reveal. However, despite the rather open nature of celebri

posted 2:58:25pm Jan. 06, 2014 | read full post »

Is Celebrity Behavior Above The Law?
It is no surprise that celebrity behaviors, even those that are illegal, often fly well below the radar until there is a huge public issue that simply cannot be ignored. These types of incidents, often aptly described as train wrecks, typically come to define that individual. For recent examples thi

posted 10:14:31am Dec. 27, 2013 | read full post »

Creativity And Mental Health: What Is The Connection?
Have you ever stopped to consider the number of celebrities, stars, entertainers, artists and writers that have reported mental health issues? And, in thinking on the topic, have you ever stopped to consider how this trend seems to be anything but modern? Looking back on history it seems obvious

posted 2:16:20pm Nov. 27, 2013 | read full post »




Report as Inappropriate

You are reporting this content because it violates the Terms of Service.

All reported content is logged for investigation.