Pull them into your peace. I was finally in a solid place when I met my now-ex-boyfriend earlier this year. I had created some healthy habits for myself and was fully recovered from the eating disorder that had ruled my life for eight years prior. Things had turned around completely for me, as now I was getting my first novel published and had a flourishing greeting card line.
Why You Should Be Celebrating Your Sobriety Birthday
If you're in recovery from a substance use disorder, you already know how much work it took to get there, and you'll want to do everything possible to avoid having a relapse. It may seem that a relapse is the last thing that could happen to you, but the truth is they are very common for people new to recovery. Some say the best advice for newcomers to recovery on how to stay sober is simple: "Don't drink or use and go to meetings. But for most people, staying sober isn't that straightforward. The more strategies you learn to identify triggers, cope with stress, and manage your new sober life, the easier it is to prevent relapse. A big part of preventing relapse is understanding your external triggers people, places, things, and situations that elicit thoughts or cravings associated with substance use as well as your internal triggers feelings, thoughts, or emotions associated with substance abuse.
Subscriber Account active since. I'm a 30 year-old-man and ever since leaving college, I've been sober so, for nearly a decade. In that time, I've found it difficult to meet women to date.
Loosid offers those who don't drink the chance to look for love without the influence of alcohol. And that's exactly why the new app Loosid was created—to offer you a little help while you try dating not under the influence. The co-founder and CEO of the app, MJ Gottlieb , 49, knows firsthand the struggles of looking for love while living a life of sobriety.