The good news is recovery is a life-saver, a life changer, and has helped thousands gain their lives back. Whatever the case may be, dating can be daunting, nerve-wracking, and just plain confusing.
These types of realizations and insights don’t often come overnight, and oftentimes they don’t come in a matter of weeks or months.
Hence, there’s been a rule that has been unspoken in treatment programs and support groups to not date for the first year.
If you truly don’t know yourself and your pattens, jumping into a relationship too soon can fill the hole inside by replacing your drug of choice with something else.
If you want to start sharing your life, make sure you have a good one of your own first.
It’s also important to remember that if you’ve spent a lot of time around others with addiction, it can be difficult to connect with people who are healthy and well.
Make sure the time is right and you’ve done enough work on yourself.
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