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During her sobriety, Sam’s had two relationships with fellow sober addicts, but both ended because of their relapses. Dating a fellow addict can feel a bit like betting with the odds against you.
Hannah, a designer with startling blue eyes, is currently in a healthy relationship with a guy who’s been sober for almost 12 years. “Sober guys who are working a program [following the steps recommended by AA and NA] are the greatest.
“Normies don't seem to be as self-obsessed as guys in AA, but maybe that is just my experience,” she says.
She also finds that leaving behind your addict identity can be helpful.“The pros are that you can reinvent who you are and not just be ‘an addict,’” Sam says.
Sam continues, “Dating in the program is obviously nice, because you speak the same language and you don't have to hide your ugly past.