Dating after drug and alcohol rehab
Did you know that when you enter alcohol or drug rehab, there is a good chance that you will be asked to agree to a non-fraternization policy?This means that you agree to stay out of relationships with other clients.“Safety should be at the forefront of everyone’s mind,” says Stan Tatkin, Psy D, MFT, author and assistant clinical professor at the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
When people become sober it opens up a world of possibility.
They can now begin to rebuild their life and get back many of the things they have lost.
If you have not heard it yet, you are not a “bad” person because you are an alcoholic or addict.
You are a “sick” person, however, that needs to concentrate on getting better.
In the early months of recovery, you’ve given up a lot — your go-to coping strategy, your social network, your approach to life.