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Dating a past drug user

Published: 08.01.2018

Not to mention, their addiction is in the PAST. My x-husband was also an addict with marijuna, never went on a program. I'm privileged to not suffer from the disease of addiction.

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Another time i was talking with her shortly after going exclusive with her, in a state of bliss, and she snapped at me to "put down the drink and get real". A former addict wouldn't be my first choice for a partner, but it certainly wouldn't be a dealbreaker if we had gotten well-acquainted, were happy, and he informed me of a past addiction. For we addicts- that sick controlling behavior doesn't go away immediately. Submitted by gary on June 22, - 9: Yet, then he can smell it on my breath. You may get quite a number of opinions on this. But remember, they could care less.

I realized I had been doing a drug too long and too often, quit cold turkey, and never had a problem with it again.

We have flair for men, women, trans folks, and gender neutral people. I've been dating a nice guy for 5 months. Recovery takes a long time to start showing in relationships. More progress has been made toward enlightened drug policies and treatment in the past five years than in the previous He only had 3 months clean!

I simply encountered a person who was unable to fully engage, although he was basically not a bad person.

Why Addicts Lie To The Ones They Love

A former addict wouldn't be my first choice for a partner, but it certainly wouldn't be a dealbreaker if we had gotten well-acquainted, were happy, and he informed me of a past addiction. All the while, masquerading as a "successful" business owner that wouldn't exist without the money he took from his wife.

Although research has refuted outdated assumptions about addiction, surveys have shown that people judge addicts even recovering ones more harshly than people struggling with obesity , depression and even schizophrenia. What I learnt is that I had changed for the better, but he had not. The "dark side" as you call it is the core of his addiction- he's still recovering.

    1. Vitaliy_Wood - 10.01.2018 in 14:55

      Submitted by I'm not afraid, my name is Michael on August 5, - 1:

      Ivan_Medvedew - 16.01.2018 in 00:51

      The thing with me and my past partner two years ago now was that he would make all these promises, assure me he would take his medication and get help and do better, but I never saw him making a genuine effort to get clean, at least while we were together.

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