I"ve just recently passed my 9th month of sobriety without any type of a relationship with a woman. And plus I feel confident enough in my sobriety to add another variable to my life now. I want to be completely honest when filling out my profile, warts and all. Is mentioning being an alcoholic a bad idea? How about being divorced twice due at least in part to said drinking?
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Ask a Guy: Dating an Alcoholic
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Personal and professional relationships may also suffer. Many alcoholics manage to function properly while holding jobs and managing households but it takes a toll eventually to keep functioning at a high level while drinking excessively. An alcoholic is not the stereotypical view as portrayed on television or in movies. High-functioning alcoholics may seem to have everything going. While the person drinks too much, success often works against that person in this sense because of the mirage that drinking behavior is controlled. Ultimately, a person may achieve many great things while under the influence of alcohol but eventually alcoholism catches up. High-functioning alcoholics will rarely admit a problem exists.
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For many, this means dating. But is looking for a new relationship, or just playing the field, in early recovery a wise thing to do? As with any other aspect of addiction and recovery, everyone is different. That means you may not be in the best place to judge who would be a suitable partner.
Dating a Recovering Alcoholic Dating a recovering alcoholic can be very therapeutic if you are recovering from alcoholism as well. Be it friendship or romance, relationships with recovering alcoholics can aid your journey to wellness. Drinking is a common ritual while dating. Finding non-alcoholic events that you and your partner can share is a good way to build a relationship. The mutual goals you share can help you build strong bonds.