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After dating one dud after another, you finally find someone who seems to have it all – thoughtful, witty, responsible – and good-looking to boot.
Then they drop a bomb: “I used to be a drug addict.” They may as well have said, “I’m married.” But does one partner being in recovery automatically spell doom for a relationship?
Recovering addicts don’t expect perfection in their partners, having learned firsthand that it doesn’t exist.
And they have committed – in recovery and in life – to honesty and integrity and making decisions in accordance with their values.
This is why it is often recommended that you wait at least a full year before starting to date in recovery.
Many experts in addiction treatment strongly encourage their clients to wait at least one year before beginning a new relationship. The first year of addiction recovery is a vital time when your sobriety should be in the absolute forefront and will take all of your focus and energy.
Other times they relapse because their new playmate is using.Addiction is a serious disease that has taken a toll on both your mind and body.It is only fair that you take the time to heal both of those aspects before you even think about becoming romantically involved with another person.Yes, you are healing and making new discoveries, but dating during early recovery can be a slippery slope.Here are just five reasons why you might want to put the brakes on the sober romance during early addiction recovery.