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.Whether you are single and getting sober, or recovery is a part of your relationship, here are some tips to help you date smarter and safer. A therapeutic environment is a necessity for learning more functional patterns of behavior and gaining insight into the origins of your disease.In therapy, you will work on assessing readiness, especially for the dating game.Users also have the choice to post their sobriety date and availability to sponsor other users.
Farmers Only is a dating site for people from rural areas. It matches up singles who are in recovery from substance abuse.
The idea for the site came from co-founder Paul Kole, who faced his own struggles while trying to date during recovery.
Determined not to be the “creepy guy at the supermarket” hitting on girls, he joined forces with Shea, who already ran her own "Sexy and Sober" clothing and accessories line.
I’ve always been an enthusiastic member of the Tinder bandwagon, and I’ve always been vocal about it—the good, the bad, and yes, the ugly. In this storyline in my mind, we would bond over And this one time, it worked.
I even made sure to include the fact that I was sober in my bio, thinking it would keep anyone from messaging me and asking me to grab a drink. Out of the bazillion people using Tinder, I found ONE other sober person (one who was open about it, at least). Long story short, he went back to using, dropping me in the process, and I faced a long road of nursing a shattered heart, knowing that finding another sober person on Tinder was a long shot. Then I met my current boyfriend, and even though he isn’t sober, all is right with the world again.