Ultimately, dating while in recovery isn’t safe until you’ve gained a firm footing in the recovery process. The good news is you can apply a few checks and balances along the way to keep yourself on track.
If your heart is continually feeling broken it’s time to fix it. Don’t give up on love and dating; just be smarter with who you let into your life. There is no room for game playing, ghosting or unhealthy red flags of any sort.
When a couple is on the right path there really is a natural progression to how the romantic setting unfolds. There is a united and respectful rapport that doesn’t react to cliche expectations. There isn’t any deep pressure to follow anything except the connection that is continuing to grow at a healthy pace.
Cleanliness and making the effort to look (and smell) your best on a date will make or break whether there is a second date! First impressions are everything, especially with how hard it is to date today. Stand out in a good way!
There are plenty of catfishers out there who just get a kick out of scamming people. Don’t be the last to know they are dangling that hook with no intention of having a relationship or even meeting up with you at all. They are using their best “seduction texting tools” to keep you interested!
This video is trending on YouTube and I thought you might like to see how this “face to face” Tinder experiment pans out! How would