Sober dating boston
Beth Leipholz explains her difficulties trying sober dating while using Tinder: “Out of the bazillion people using Tinder, I found ONE other sober dating person (one who was open about it, at least).” Leipholz goes on to describe how this single sober dating person ended up slipping back into drug abuse within a couple dates, and seriously compromising her sobriety.
And while knocking boots with another sober person may seem like an ideal option, going out with someone from a meeting may be a step (or thirteen) towards disaster.
Even in the largest cities, it is difficult to find and connect with other Gay Friends in Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous and any 12 Step Meeting of Recovery.
Sober, Gay, Friends who understand not only what it’s like to be in Recovery but what it’s like to be Gay in AA, Gay in NA and Gay in all 12 Step Groups.
If you’re in recovery, you already know that quitting drinking doesn’t mean quitting fun.
In fact, sobriety can lead to a much bigger and more colorful social calendar.
“It’s created by people in recovery for people in recovery.” Shea promises the site—which just launched last month—is also very LGBT-friendly: “It’s hard enough to meet somebody in recovery if you’re straight, but trying to meet someone in recovery if you’re gay or transgender, where are you going to go?