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To become a truly successful single in the new millennium, you owe it to yourself to become a red flag specialist.
But we get through the hard parts and are strong as ever.
I’m glad I broke that promise to myself to never again date within AA.
I was struck by how much my idea of the perfect guy had changed.
Before sobriety, I was always seeking a partner who could party like I could. But my sober list included traits such as: honesty, respect and kindness.
I imagined the awkwardness of seeing him at meetings if it didn’t work out.
It might not feel safe to share, or maybe I’d stop going to the meeting altogether. I had first seen him at my home group meeting a few months before, and it was like that scene in , I thought. Just days earlier, I had completed my Fourth Step (a written inventory of all the people I harmed with my drinking).are so last century, a new dating handbook has yet to be created in the new millennium. The truth is there are no hard and fast rules, but the following guidelines should help you navigate the tricky terrain known as your dating life.Rule #1: Listen to Your Gut Whether you’re on a date, communicating with someone you meet online, or flirting with a cutie you meet in the flesh, it’s important to pay attention and listen to your gut.If a potential date’s actions or words set off an internal alarm system, you owe it to yourself to pay attention and act accordingly. For example, if you’ve met someone online and they seem interesting, then you talk to them on the phone and they sound completely different (in a negative way), you may decide not to meet them in person.A positive example would be if you were on a date with someone and they seemed nervous but well intentioned, your gut might tell you to give them a second chance.Greg has a policy of no-PDA at meetings, which he explained to me early on.