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While I welcome the road map to recovery - it is far too slow - Anne Marie Morris - Devon Live
Are you wondering how you can cope with a drunk mother during the holidays, or how you can help her? Have friends told you that you are an enabler for your spouse? Do you find yourself suffering the consequences of a loved one's alcohol problem? It can be hard to hear that you need to change yourself when a loved one is living with alcoholism.
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A lot of the factors depend on when you enter into the relationship. Was your partner already sober, in the middle of getting sober or just starting out? In general, anyone trying to get a handle on his or her sobriety is taking steps to improve their lives for any number of reasons, and this is a good thing. Have they been ordered to get sober?
This advice does not pertain to individuals who are already in relationships, only those who are unattached. One year can sound like a long time, especially for those who enjoy companionship. However, this wisdom is built on the experience of millions of recovering people. But what if you find yourself dating a recovering alcoholic? Here are a few things you should know.