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In the early months of recovery, shame, regret, fear, depression, elation, anxiety, longing, and the various other feelings that inevitably surface when romance and sexuality enter the picture are incredibly powerful – at times too powerful for a person who is: So yeah, no major decisions in the first year or so of recovery, particularly when it comes to romantic relationships.Put simply, they’ve been avoiding reality and their true emotions for a very long time – usually several years or even decades – and without the ability to moderate those sensations (via an addictive substance or behavior) they can very easily become overwhelmed and/or addled.One moment they feel awesome, on top of the world, incredibly attractive, and unbelievably horny; the next moment they feel like the world’s biggest pile of dog crap, completely unworthy of love and affection.If they’re single, they’re told to stay that way for the next year, no matter how attracted they are to another person (or people).The reasoning behind this recommendation centers on the fact that addicts new to the process of healing are typically not thinking all that clearly.