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Dating a former meth addict

I'm still a little scared and nervous, but that's part of life.I'm going to give him a chance and see what happens, with my eyes wide open Thanks for everyones help. We had rekindled a relationship we had from High school after 15 years of being apart.Past: I was in a six month relationship last year (ended in November) with a meth user.

Current: Last night I went on a date with a man and he asked me about my ex. He asked me his drug of choice and I told him meth.

This guy admitted to me he had used meth and has been clean since Febuary 2004 (he told me the exact date and I don't remember). He told me he changed his whole life and job profession. However, I'm really scared to take things any farther in the future with him because of the Meth.

" without the trust there will be problems...you go for it, go for it with your all...don't do it half way.

"Love like you have never loved before, and don't let the past interfere with your future" #1 - He was honest with you. #2 - Sobriety is on the addicts shoulders and not yours, don't start by easing that responsibility. The thing that stands out most to me is that fact that he was upfront and honest about his past meth use.

hey I think taking a chance on something that feels so right is great. He was living in Australia and me still in New Zealand when he first made contact with me almost a year ago.

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He pursued me for 3-4 months via endless emails, daily long distance phone calls and texts.That's a character trait that I do appreciate He even knew the date that he last used. He has done some major life changes since then also. He could have said " Oh that's too bad" and left it at that but he was honest with you.I thanked him for being honest with me and that honest is very important.When they finally manage to get past all of the chemical baggage that they had been carrying with them for so long, what you will find in most instances is that former addicts have just as many outstanding qualities as anyone else, and this can make them a joy to be around for family and friends alike. Is it wise to form a more intimate connection with an ex-addict or alcoholic, no matter how dramatically they appear to have turned their lives around?In looking at the experiences of others, what we can say is that many who have formed romantic partnerships with former substance abusers have come to regret that decision immensely, while others have been able to establish satisfying permanent relationships with those who have successfully put their past addictions behind them.I'm so scared I want to run the other way, quickly. People often form opinions based upon experience so you can understand why there will be variation. I know I will never touch Meth again, and I trust he won't either... Our love is deep....communicate on a level that has been unheard of in my past relationships, I am concerned for his spirtiual growth and want to see him smile always.My opinion is that there are two things that are automatically much stronger than meth addiction. I think you should go for it..before you do so, you have to ask yourself "Can I trust him?Before becoming involved with them, it is important to sit down and have a good long talk about what those triggers might be, based on their past experiences and on the insights they have gained during their counseling sessions and during their time in AA or NA.With good communication about this topic, the partner of someone in recovery can do a lot to keep the process on track – while protecting themselves at the same time.Recovering substance abusers often possess excellent attributes that are forged by the intensity of their personal experiences.They are often very compassionate and non-judgmental in their relations with others, will not shy away from confronting difficult problems head on, and will usually be right there to help those they love through their own darkest hours.

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