Dating websites for recovering alcoholics
Black People Meet is a site for African-Americans who want to be matched up with other African-Americans.
Farmers Only is a dating site for people from rural areas. It matches up singles who are in recovery from substance abuse.
So what can you do to find people to practice—and potentially succeed—with?
In my hard-partying days, the only political issue I was passionate about was lowering the drinking age but sobriety opened up a whole new world of opportunities for social and political activism.
” A new wave of sober social apps, Sober Grid, Clean Fun Network and Sober, are setting out to make the online territory a lot easier for non-drinkers to navigate.
These apps also spare you the discomfort of revealing your own addiction struggles in an increasingly transparent digital world.
The problem is that social networks like Facebook and dating apps, which have revolutionized the way we socialize and date, can be challenging and even alienate non-drinkers.
After all, the standard ask-out line on dating apps is “want to grab a drink?
Christian Mingle matches up people for whom faith is a central part of their lives.Mark Huffman has been a consumer news reporter for Consumer Affairs since 2004.He covers real estate, gas prices and the economy and has reported extensively on negative-option sales.He was previously an Associated Press reporter and editor in Washington, D.C., a correspondent for Westwoood One Radio Networks and Marketwatch. Almost since the Internet came into being people have been using it to hook up. Match.com, e Harmony and other mainstream dating sites expose users to a wide variety of potential mates, leaving it up to the users to find someone who meets all their expectations.