We also have a lot more features that we are working on, surrounding location-based social media. Sure sex might be a part of it, but sex is a part of life, and our hope is that users will embrace the social aspect of the application, and use it as a way to meet more people, make new friends, and socialize.SOBER: We hope users will enjoy Sober, and share it with their friends!Much advice is doled out in the rooms of 12-step meetings about relationships in early recovery.
From there, you can keep in touch with all of your “friends” and socialize, share status updates, or even photos.
The overall hope is that our application will help people who are sober meet other sober people.
Important factors to healthy dating include being able to set boundaries and respect each others boundaries.
In recovery, the obvious boundary is a mutual understanding of yours or both of yours recovery and what that entails in order to remain sober and happy.
But perhaps dating in addiction recovery isn’t so cut and dry?
Today, we talk with someone who is trying to make dating and social networking easier for people who do not use drugs or alcohol.
While some people can easily relate to and embrace the fact that everyone has a past, others can find it hard to reconcile the two.
If you’ve decided to move forward with the relationship, here are some dos and don’ts that will make dating someone in recovery a lot easier for both of you.
When you first fall in love with someone, it’s sometimes easy to fall into a pattern of spending too much time together…which can be unhealthy.