Ex heroin addict dating
Dating in itself is already stressful. The problems that typically plague standard relationships, from forgetting an anniversary to cheating, create an almost impenetrable barrier in the relationship. Add in a drug-ridden past or present into the mix, and the relationship is not only stressful, but also very unpredictable. I've had three serious relationships in my life, and two of them were with drug addicts.
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I was a senior in high school with hopes of going to college and eventually grad school. I had a job, a high GPA, and a loving group of friends. My dreams were inching closer to becoming reality as I started interviewing for colleges and collecting applications. I had high hopes, a good mindset, and a new boyfriend. I met him the summer before school started.
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Should I Date a Former Drug Addict?
It is difficult dating a junkie. You need more patience, tolerance and love than ever. But sometimes you feel so sorry for the other person it becomes difficult to walk away. Somewhere in between you want to help them, you want to try to make them better for you. There are certain times you have to get them legal and medical help too.
When they finally manage to get past all of the chemical baggage that they had been carrying with them for so long, what you will find in most instances is that former addicts have just as many outstanding qualities as anyone else, and this can make them a joy to be around for family and friends alike. But what about romance, dating, and even marriage? Is it wise to form a more intimate connection with an ex-addict or alcoholic, no matter how dramatically they appear to have turned their lives around?