Most counselors will counsel you against getting involved in a relationship (or making any major life decisions) so early on in your sobriety.You need to be thinking about the adjustments YOU need in YOUR life while you're learning how not to spend time drinking.I started drinking seriously when I was about 13 in 1984 and then stayed pretty much drunk until the age of 37. It will be years before you can do anything with this land.I quit in 2008 after I nearly died a couple of times; I was in so much pain with my liver that I had to roll out of bed onto the floor each morning and couldn’t even bend over to tie my own shoe laces. The water was merely the stuff that was making this area look picturesque.But when I finally managed to stop I had a shocking, negative epiphany: all I’d managed to do (bar save myself from dying of liver failure) was sort out the fact that I was hung-over and ill all the time. Submit to the disease and your life becomes incredibly simple. What you have left in its place is an area of outstanding natural horror.
When I first started drinking back in college, I placed parameters around when I was allowed to drink, generally limiting it to certain days and sometimes even taking a break for a month at a time to check that my drinking was under control.They may also find themselves being discharged early for having sex with other clients or being spoken to about dressing provocatively or flirting with the staff.In some cases, receiving treatment in a men-only or women-only drug rehab helps clients focus on their recovery.The following are five signs that sex could be undermining your recovery from drug or alcohol addiction. Engaging in Sex or Relationships During Drug Rehab Most drug rehab centers have strict rules against fraternizing with staff or clients.While it may seem juvenile to forbid grown adults from having sex or engaging in a relationship, these rules are in place to protect the recovery of every client in drug rehab.The object of your affection probably knows this, as well and may be hesitant to get down with you for that very reason. I'd rather date someone who is recovering than someone who is an alcoholic in denial! So now that I have the generalization in my head, I think I'd be really wary.