Some might think it strange that such people do not learn from their mistakes and try and hook up with moderate drinkers or teetotalers. Many serial daters of alcohol addicts grew up in an alcoholic family system.
So aside from not meeting her that day, I wasn't allowed to see her either.
Is this part of AA's responsibility to prevent and avoid relationships made by their clients?
You’ve met someone you really like, they are intelligent and charming.
The first few dates go well; you meet for a drink, get drunk, talk as if you’ve known each other a lifetime, laugh at each others jokes and everything seems to be going just fine.
Because the alcoholic already has a date and his or her name is alcohol.