And he treats her like a queen. Use the report button on all comments and posts that violate the rules in the sidebar. If the person isn't stable enough to stick to a recovery plan and have a backupthey probably aren't stable enough to be in a serious relationship yet. Im not going to hold baggage against someone, ultimately It all depends on how they came out the other side; did they heal themselves? Nobody forces a junkie into using. He's motivated, honest, and so loving and warm.
Treatment Alternatives of New York shares that this is not the case, as dating a former addict can be an extremely positive experience.
He's so clean cut, good job, motivated, wonderful father, wonderful husband. No graceless posts or comments generalizing gender. They tend to be unsure if whether or not they are able to take on such a heavy burden in another person. Dating a former addict can lead you to great happiness and open up a new world to you, as you discover all the ways to enjoy life purely, without harmful substances. Are you prepared to support someone else in dealing with a chronic, relapsing disorder? Someone who has overcome a substance abuse problem and established himself in recovery would have done some serious work on himself and could be a great partner. I'd be wary in general of anyone who was an addict, but everyone is different.