In case you’re bad at math, this means I’ve spent half my recovery single and dating and the other half with the same person. I’m not saying I’m a great partner every day or some kind of expert, but I’ve learned a few things.
I’m happier today than I’ve ever been and I’m committed to staying that way—one day at a time.
It’s been more than 15 years since my last drink or drug.
I credit the 12 steps for helping me rebuild my life and have attended tons of meetings (probably around 4000, but who’s counting? When I found recovery I was single, never married with no kids and strung out on more than drugs and alcohol—I was addicted to attention from men.
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It took years of bad decisions, heartbreak and, ultimately, hard work on myself before I was relationship material.
I met my husband seven years ago at a 12-step service meeting and we’ve been together ever since.
Early on, each time I started dating somebody new, I would get caught up in the rush of it.
My addict mind would be all, “Oh my gawd, he’s the one I’ve been waiting for all my life.” I had a string of mediocre boyfriends the first three years. We started planning a wedding before he stole my car, went on a crack binge and never came back.