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Alex Hankel, who ran NA meetings in New Orleans, ended up pregnant while in rehab at age 18 by a man 15 years her senior.
“It never caused a relapse, but it did make me question the joy of sober life, and also consider suicide,” said Blackwood to The Guardian.
Not deviating from that train of thought, those in recovery are often advised to have a year of sobriety under their collective belts before jumping back into the dating game.