Dating sober man

23-Aug-2015 13:05 by 2 Comments

Dating sober man - rules of dating a frenchman

I don't mean just for a few weeks, but it never works out. I've gotten a far as a few months, and while I'm proud of that achievement, I can't be too proud, because I still drink, and I still love it.

I have some wine around for cooking, but it has taken me a long time to get to that point.

The old “I’ve wrestled with my demons and won” line? How about a simple, “I’m a pretty hot colossal f**k up”?

It’s always a little awkward when a potential date wants to “meet you for a drink.” Telling them you’re sober feels like confessing to some horrible chronic STD.

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What makes me really uncomfortable is when people who know about it bring over bottles of wine or liquor when they come over for an evening." says Tanya, 34."My husband and I are both sober; before we met each other, we hadn't dated anyone else who was sober.

But a guy broke up with me once because I had stopped drinking, I lost friends when I stopped drinking, and it made me sad, because I'm way more fun now than I was when I was drunk," says Randi, 35."I've worked extremely hard at my sobriety. But since I know I have a problem, I know that dating someone who drinks would be an issue.

It just won't work," says Leigh, 27."As someone that enjoys drinking, I probably feel most comfortable either with someone that drinks a similar amount, or a sober person that is VERY patient and still fun around drunkies.

Nothing is worse than the sober person that is constantly judging you, and it's also no fun to have to take care of someone that is stupidly drunk ALL THE TIME (making me the responsible party by default)," says Becky, 29.

It's just like someone refusing to partake in one of my favorite hobbies!

" exclaims Rachel, 21."I married a sober person and it's perfect since forever.

You can tell them, “I’ve been in six rehabs, four psych wards, and I’ve been arrested for assault.” And, they’re like, “Of course you have.” The downside is that they, too, are often a ticking time bomb.