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Jul 17, AM Do healthy relationships and drug addiction mix? Because of the nature of the topic, some columns contain language some readers may find graphic. Hi Anna, Advertisement I'm a lesbian and have been dating a girl for nearly a year, and recently found out she's a heroin addict. I've been battling with her getting clean and seeking help, but she's still been buying from dealers and it's putting a dent in our relationship, which is dissolving my feelings for her. Am I an idiot for continuing this pattern or do you think there's any hope for this relationship? Dear Anon.
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The Dos and Don’ts of Dating a Recovering Addict

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By Tatiana Baez Feb 12 Dating in itself is already stressful. The problems that typically plague standard relationships, from forgetting an anniversary to cheating, create an almost impenetrable barrier in the relationship. Add in a drug-ridden past or present into the mix, and the relationship is not only stressful, but also very unpredictable. I've had three serious relationships in my life, and two of them were with drug addicts. Dating became a daily juggling act between love and drugs, between happiness and utter devastation.
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Women To Avoid Dating: Any Woman On Drugs

Both partners get caught in a vicious cycle that is difficult to overcome. This is my personal experience dating a drug addict. It also leads to arguments about the addiction. By working your program, you will discover who you are and what you can bring to your relationships, rather than what you can get from them. This person often is abusive or codependent, as is the recovering person early on.
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While some people can easily relate to and embrace the fact that everyone has a past, others can find it hard to reconcile the two. Accept the Baggage: Addiction leaves behind some pretty unique baggage. Some people in recovery may have accrued debt, legal problems or fractured family relationships. These are all issues that you will have to discuss at some point, especially if it is a long-term relationship. Your date or dinner plans may also need to be worked around group meetings or support groups.

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