Amid his ex-wife Yolanda Hadid's admission about how he savagely kicked her to the curb, the celebrated music producer was spotted spending quality time with actress Elizabeth Hurley.The twosome sparked romance rumors earlier this week when they were seen boarding a private jet at an airport in Olbia, Italy.If you are planning to become involved with such a person, there is a chance it could work – but only if your prospective companion is serious and dedicated to his or her recovery.Whether he or she is really committed to getting better and staying better for the long term is what you must figure out for yourself before you open your life and your heart to someone who has apparently stepped back from the abyss of drug or alcohol addiction.All recovering addicts have certain triggers that could lead to relapse.Before becoming involved with them, it is important to sit down and have a good long talk about what those triggers might be, based on their past experiences and on the insights they have gained during their counseling sessions and during their time in AA or NA.This is the advice that addiction counselors always give to their patients, and it should go double for anyone thinking about becoming involved with a former drug or alcohol abuser.If someone in recovery is asking you out or making other kinds of advances at an earlier stage of their rehabilitation, it means they are ignoring the recommendations of their counselors, and this is not a positive harbinger of things to come.
I was constantly in a state of limbo about the success of my partner and the future of our relationship.
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The pair also chose spots near each other for a group photo while onboard a luxurious yacht.
As for Foster, he's been linked to a number of starlets — including Katharine Mc Phee, Christie Brinkley, Selma Blair, etc.
When they finally manage to get past all of the chemical baggage that they had been carrying with them for so long, what you will find in most instances is that former addicts have just as many outstanding qualities as anyone else, and this can make them a joy to be around for family and friends alike. Is it wise to form a more intimate connection with an ex-addict or alcoholic, no matter how dramatically they appear to have turned their lives around?