I think I'm just going to be frank with him about my concerns. If he is not comfortable with your social drinking, or preaches to much leave him, if he is quietly in the program and he is a nice guy keep him. Plus, he was hot! Most are very long winded see r Now I've discovered that these "relationship" Steps are a balanced, healthy way even for non-PIRs to examine their own selves and their relationships with others. It's also awesome to have a reprieve from the world of AA, which, quite honestly, can be a fucking bore. You Like It Like That:
My feelings are that there are one or 2 posters who are bashing over and over again on this thread.
Sober Dating: 4 Stories You NEED To Read
This can depend on a number of factors, including how long your partner has been sober and how confident they are in their sobriety. By Beth Leipholtz. She also helps you identify the warning signs of developing your own codependent tendencies by playing into your partner's addictive thinking and behavior--and what to do about them. Also the funniest, the quickest with a joke, the most fun to be around and none needed a drink. The Butler Center for Research Addiction research library. What if I really fell for someone, especially in my home group?