Alcoholics online dating
If you had been dating him for a while or were in a long, loving relationship, my answer would have been to help him see it through, learn about what it’s like for an alcoholic to recover from alcohol addiction and be as supportive as possible.But you’re at a crossroads and from what you said in your question, it sounds like the best thing for both of you would be to not start up a relationship.In the course of that year, our New Dating Site at Sober Gay can help you find other Sober Friends and Support and hope in Recovery that “The Promises” will come true for you.There are other Online Dating Services that claim to be Devoted to Sober Living Adults.Whatever your Program of Recovery, be it AA, NA, Al-Anon, GA, OA (or one of over 20 different 12 Step Programs of Recovery)…we have other Gay Singles and Friends here at our Gay Dating Site for the GLBT Community in Recovery.
It just seems that he would be better off figuring out his own issues first before he starts a new relationship.
All-to-often a new relationship can be used to delay or cover-up dealing with our problems.
I am fortunate to say that I have never battled with an alcohol addiction, but I have to imagine that truly addressing that issue is very emotionally, psychologically and mentally intense.
If he has that on his plate to deal with, I don’t think that this is the right time for him to start a new relationship either.