“Listen, before we do this, I need to tell you something...”I agree.That’s one of the main upsides to dating somebody who’s also sober.You can tell them, “I’ve been in six rehabs, four psych wards, and I’ve been arrested for assault.” And, they’re like, “Of course you have.” The downside is that they, too, are often a ticking time bomb.
The new breed of dating site attempts to cut through the clutter, offering users potential matches that start off closer to the type of person they are looking for.
Christian Mingle matches up people for whom faith is a central part of their lives.
I’ll admit, I was also thinking that maybe it would inspire a young, sober guy to message me.
We went to an AA meeting on our first date, went on to have a few more dates, and texted and spoke on the phone constantly. But, I’d be lying if I said it hasn’t crossed my mind that a Tinder for the sober community would be a brilliant idea—not necessarily for dating, just for the sake of meeting new people like myself.
The hotline feature goes directly to the team at Sober.
In other words, this app goes above and beyond the simplistic idea that took shape in my brain a few months ago. A 21-year-old named Antoine Nauleau who is—you guessed it—sober.
Sober Singles Date is a dating site dedicated specifically to adults who are practicing the principles of recovery or living a sober lifestyle.
In addition to normal search options like location, personal preferences and sexual orientation, Sober Singles Date allows people to search for members within their own 12-step program from AA to NA and more.
During the past two decades, I’ve dated both men in recovery and men who weren’t alcoholics (called “normies” by us in the program).
I’m currently single again, a sober divorcée in the strange world of online dating. How do you allude to your past (and present) situations without lying or scaring off a potential match?
” Users can opt to maintain their home group as a safe space by not dating people in that group.