Dating a ex heroin addict
They say in the world of recovery that you shouldn't get clean for anybody but yourself, that it won't click until YOUR ready not someone else.
I'm just wondering if it is worth it so stick around? How many people really do relapse and how many make it without doing drugs? chances are super high that you will be doing this for the rest of your life... wait 2 years before you get married or anything like that. He's doing it on his own because he said that the rehab's don't help him. I had to fix myself with the support of other recovering addicts.
And they have committed—in recovery and in life—to honesty, integrity, and to making decisions in accordance with their values.
Men and women learn a lot in recovery—not just about staying sober, but about living a happy, satisfying life.
They have often learned critical relationship skills, including how to identify, process, and communicate their emotions, as well as how to set personal boundaries while respecting the lines drawn by others.
Recovering addicts don’t expect perfection in their partners, having learned firsthand that it doesn’t exist.
What's the best way to keep a healthy relationship when one person is a former addict and the other one is not.