Dating websites for people in recovery
Which explains why dating apps and online dating sites have been so abundant and successful in recent years.
But I'd ruined my sole romantic strategy: get drunk, see what happens.“It’s a great place to go to connect with like-minded people from around the country,” said Kelly Fitzgerald, a 29-year old user from Florida.“I’m glad someone has taken advantage of the mobile dating app scene and put a sober twist on it.It granted me the clarity that "hanging out at the bar" often lacked. How I missed those beautiful, damaged men, but we kept our distance from each other.One of the great, unheralded aspects of Internet dating was that the word was in the title, thus eliminating any ambiguity. Occasionally I would e-mail one of them, and they never wrote back, and I got it.About six months after I moved to New York, I signed on to
I did it for my friend Anna, who'd logged countless hours listening to me complain about my ex. I bought a bottle of sauvignon blanc that night and sipped my way onto a plateau of cleverness.
With the recent devastating influx of heroin abuse and addiction among youth throughout the United States, the amount of young people in recovery has all but skyrocketed in recent years.
More and more people are opting to trade in the drink and the drug for an opportunity to not only reclaim their lives, but to gain a personal and spiritual insight that many men and women strive to obtain for years when battling addiction.
“Recovery communities” have popped up in major cities across the nation as of late, including South Florida, Texas, Southern California and Virginia, making it easier for young men and women to relocate and begin living their recovered lives among individuals who have undergone the same struggles and can assist one another in staying on track.
But what happens when you, like people, want to find a compatible mate?
I had no idea how to get close to a man without alcohol.