with Beth Adelman The Law of Sobrietyfocuses on embracing the power of being in recovery and defining a new vision for one’s sober life. It combines the theories behind the popular Law of Attraction with specific action step to create and maintain sobriety
As the author describes it, this book is a marriage of the Law of Attraction and the actions a person must take to recover from their addiction – whether the addiction is to drugs, alcohol, gambling, sex, shopping, nicotine, eating, or anything else. Hence, she calls it, “the law of sobriety.”
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Sherry Gaba, LCSW, is the go-to expert for Dr. Drew Pinsky on VH1’s Celebrity Rehab show. She currently blogs about recovery and spirituality on BeliefNet.com, the #1 Spirituality website. Visit her at www.sgabatherapy.com and read her blogs at CounselorMagazine.com and BeliefNet.Com. Beth Adelman is a writer, journalist, and editor.
Life with direction provides an upbeat, positive venue for authors, teachers, healers and completely amazing people from around the globe to share their journeys, stories and teachings. My hope is that the show brings you the answers you have been looking for and helps direct you in a positive knowledgeable way to discovering your truth. A life with direction is moving forward rather than being stuck, share with us weekly as we direct you to an empowered life.
Sharon is a Spiritual Life coach, Hay house author, intuitive healer, and expert in regression therapy. She has worked around the world helping others find their true direction. She loves to work with creative entrepreneurs to help them build their lives and businesses towards more prosperity and inner and outer harmony. She is a skilled holistic healer with over 20 years of experience assessing and correcting physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual issues. Her well-developed intuitive sensing skills allow her to consistently discover and heal the foundational cause of disease, imbalance, and suffering. Through years of study, practice and adventure I have become free to be my true authentic self. I am a gifted teacher, Speaker and healer. Through years of listening I have learned the power of freedom and to use this power to guide others to achieving their true self empowerment. I truly love my work and those that I am blessed to know through it. http://www.sharonquirt.com
"When we eat mindfully we sit down at a table (not a work desk, not in front of a TV, not in the car). We notice the food that we’re eating – the way it looks, the smell, the taste. We slow down and notice how we feel as we eat the food. We take time to appreciate the food and everyone who helped get it to our plates. We chew slowly and listen to the messages from our body about when we’ve had enough."
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