It’s not easy finishing drug and alcohol rehab and then trying to go back out in the world to make meaningful social connections.
For one thing, when you want to meet up with someone, the typical arrangement is: “Let’s get a drink!
’ is first thing you’ll hear,” said Paul Kole, cofounder of
“But if you’re on a sober site it’s more of a fellowship.
Introducing Sober: the first social-networking and sober dating app designed solely for those who are dedicated to not using drugs and alcohol.Luckily, there are plenty of online dating sites specifically targeted toward singles who want to date sober, and share their recovery journey with someone who understand that’s road.Here’s Renew’s guide to sober dating: Looking for love in all the right places “If you’re on a traditional dating site, ‘Hey how about we meet for drinks?“When you’re on Facebook, you’re surrounded by friends, family and coworkers,” Sober Grid co-founder Nick Krasucki told Like many people in recovery, the creator of Clean Fun Network, Jimmy Hamm, initially feared that quitting drinking would be the end of his social life.“I’m in my late twenties and thinking, ‘My life is going to be over,'” he said.