Tips For Making Changes And Moving On From A Toxic Relationship

Moving on in life from a co-dependency situation or addiction to an unhealthy relationship takes courage, strength and positive energy. Bringing this positive energy into your life starts with seeing yourself as a strong, independent and positive person, even if this may not be just where you are at this point in your life. Seeing yourself as who you want to be not where you are right now is important to bring those positive changes into your life instead of being held back by negative thoughts, doubts and fears about the changes you are making.

Once you decide to move out of any type of toxic relationship there are some steps that you need to take. These steps will help you stay on a positive path that provides all the opportunities you will need to make the changes you desire. This path will also help you to block and release all those negative images that may have been created in a toxic relationship about your self-worth, va

lue and your ability to be independent and successful.

The following tips will assist in your journey towards a stronger, healthier and more positive you:

  1. Find an addiction therapist, life coach or relationship counselor that can work with you to understand how to think positively and see yourself as the person you want to be. This is often a very difficult thought shift and having professional help will make your path much easier.
  2. Seek interactions with kind, positive and loving people that will encourage, challenge and support you as you move on with your life. In turn get rid of the negative, repressive and harmful people that keep trying to pull you back.
  3. Don’t dwell on the past and don’t just live in the present. Look to the future and envision your life, your relationships and your entire being as the way you want to be. This is the only way to keep your path moving forward towards your desired goals and destination.
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About Sherry Gaba

Sherry Gaba, LCSW, is a licensed psychotherapist and life coach who has helped hundreds of people cope with lifelong addictions, including substance abuse, shopping, gambling, food, sex and love, co-dependency, eating disorders, depression, anxiety, single parenting and divorce. Sherry appeared on Celebrity Rehab 3, 4, and 5.   She also facilitated life coaching on their subsequent spin off Sober House and Celebrity Rehab’s Sex Addiction. During filming of the series, Sherry used her trademark sensitivity and compassion to help troubled cast members as they transitioned into their new sober lives with psychotherapy and life coaching tips.  Sherry most recently appeared on CNN Headline News as a guest expert, as well as Inside Edition, where she spoke about Mackenzie Phillip’s who was on Celebrity Rehab 3.  In addition, she appeared on KTLA Channel 5 as an expert on eating disorders and Fox San Diego News, Better TV, WPIX New York, CNN Prime News, Issues with Jane Velez Mitchell on HLN, Showbiz Tonight, and E!News discussing Celebrity Rehab and Teen Mom on MTV.  Sherry’s book, “The Law of Sobriety” from HCI Publications is about recovery from addictions and alcoholism and was published in September 2010.  Sherry has also been published in Cosmopolitan Magazine, Women’s World, Los Angeles Times Blog, New York Post, The Huffington Post, Hollywood Life, Elle On-line, E! On-line, and the New York Daily News.  She has also been a guest with Martha Stewart, Jay Thomas, and Judith Regan on Sirius XM Radio.  Sherry also blogs on, Counselor Magazine, and Renew Magazine.  In addition she just joined CBS Sky Radio and hosts “A Moment of Change,” a show on self discovery and positive transformation.