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I would be skeptical, but my cousin partied like you and it was a good girl that came along and helped him dial it back a bit. Just make sure you don't fall back i into bad habits.1THIS IS NOT RELEVANT ANYMORE
I would be skeptical, but my cousin partied like you and it was a good girl that came along and helped him dial it back a bit. Just make sure you don't fall back i into bad habits.
Girls, would you give a recovering alcoholic a chance to prove himself or pass on him
I'd pass on him.
Don't rely on a girl to settle you down, because then if something goes wrong with you and her then you end up in the same spot.
I'd take some time to sort the issue first. You'll probably find that your self esteem is rather low. Which makes it very difficult to decipher which girls are genuine and which are... uh... crazy. You don't want to be caught in that loop.
Hang out with some friends. They are the ones you need right now. Tell them that you're cutting down on the drinking and that you'd appreciate if you guys could do some things not or only minorly alcohol related.
If you do want to find a girl, then I suggest maybe confiding in a female friend and then asking for her company one night? Then see how it goes? Honestly though, I think you need to sort your problems before getting a girl romantically involved. Good luck.
I'd pass. I've dated guys who drank too much in the past. I have no tolerance for that sort of behavior now.
Oh wow well contrats on the sbriety you know we all got our crosses to bear im sûre you will fond someone. good luck go back too aa!
Probably pass on him
hell no drunks and junkies never stop
Anyone can change so yes, I would trust you. The most important thing is distract yourself and avoid triggers. By now you should fully understand what triggers you to drink. Create new routines, hobbies, and distractions. It sounds like you have only been drinking for a short while so that is on your side as well. Best of luck to you!
Give a chance but if he screws up then it's all over, tbh. good for you for getting sober. Keep it up
Personally, I would not give a man in your position a chance. You aren't seeking help. You've only been sober for 8 days. You would end up hurting me.
As a recovering addict in college, I'd say you need to seek more help. I hear what you're saying. It just seems like you are trying to find a replacement for drinking. You will become dependant on this person. They can become your new addiction
So, think of it this way, you want someone but what about them? That's using them to keep you from drinking.
I don't know. Alcoholism is a touchy subject because my father is one. If I got to know you and I really liked you enough to give you a shot, then maybe.
You've only been sober eight days and you're looking for a good girl to keep you on track? You're not ready to be dating yet. I would find a guy like that too high risk. It's been a week, your past isn't that too far away. I kinda wouldn't trust that you'd stay on the right path. I really think you should hold off on dating right now. It isn't a girls responsibility to be your sober living sponsor you have to tackle that right now
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