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It’s always a little awkward when a potential date wants to “meet you for a drink.” Telling them you’re sober feels like confessing to some horrible chronic STD.
“Listen, before we do this, I need to tell you something...”I agree.
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I’ve been in and out of 12-step recovery programs (like Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous) for almost 20 years.
He sees me as a smart, fun, sexy, loving mum who doesn't drink and who has changed her life. It's also awesome to have a reprieve from the world of AA, which, quite honestly, can be a fucking bore.”And, the cons of dating people who aren’t sober? And, the differences in lifestyle that don’t feel huge in the beginning of a relationship can begin to take a toll down the line.
Sam confesses that her current boyfriend drinks moderately. If there is anything that will jeopardise the relationship, it will be that I don't feel that I can be with someone who drinks as regularly as he does.“Hannah echoes a similar sentiment, “Normie guys are great, I guess, but I think after some time, it would be too easy to convince myself that maybe I, too, could have ‘just one’ glass of wine with dinner.
The rule is "what is said in the rooms, stays in the rooms".
The oldest and best known of all the twelve step groups is Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).Nothing is cut and dry, and love is messy wherever you find it.I say grab it with both greedy hands if you stumble upon it, and do whatever it takes to keep it, as long as it works for you.She also finds that leaving behind your addict identity can be helpful.“The pros are that you can reinvent who you are and not just be ‘an addict,’” Sam says.“My boyfriend now — who is not in the program — doesn't see me as an addict.