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Being loved is something which most of us desire but all too often relationships are anything but loving.  How do you know if you are in the right relationship?  What are the signs that you are in the wrong relationship? Why is it that so many people stay in toxic relationships? How do you know if you have become too obsessed in your relationship? These are just a few of the questions that I & my guest Sherry Gaba, a leading expert on love addiction & co-dependency with explore on today’s show.


About The Show

Are you the ‘Leader’ of your own life? Are you getting the best out of life – personally and professionally? Join us on ‘Leadership For Life with Gina Gardiner’ where you can enjoy interviews from a wide range of top experts who will share their insights and skills and where I will share with you the principles and strategies to help you live a happier more successful and fulfilling life - personally and professionally.


About The Guests

Sherry Gaba, LCSW, is a licensed psychotherapist and life coach who helps people cope with codependency, love addiction, toxic relationships, and mental health issues. Sherry is a single mother and once her daughter was old enough, Sherry returned to school to receive her Master of Social Work from the University of Southern California. As a leading expert on addiction and recovery, Sherry’s TV appearances include: Vh1’s Celebrity Rehab, CNN, Inside Edition, the Robert Irvine Show and Access Live, E! News. She hosts her own podcast,  The Love Fix. Sherry is the author of Love Smacked, in which Sherry addresses relationship addiction and codependency, and is a contributing writer to the book Chicken Soup for the Soul: Tough Times Tough People.

Find out More:  https://sherrygaba.com/npquiz 


 

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