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“Everybody should be connected in one way or another," Kole tells ."We want people to have access to more than just what’s local or what they just happen across.” Shea and Kole are also hard at work on the Pink Cloud Foundation, a nonprofit that helps people in recovery "achieve their dreams"—through mentorship, resources or a small stipend to get their career going. Installed the black dry carbon fiber interior trim this evening.Now that getting loaded and hitting on anyone within a 10-foot radius is no longer an option, dating in sobriety can be tricky.Through these various avenues, Shea and Kole are committed to connecting sober people all over the world, and look forward to the day they can put up the site’s own “e Harmony success story” billboards.Says Kole: “The whole big picture is to empower people in recovery to do more, to reach out, to help others." Ambrosia's dedicated team provides comprehensive addiction treatment in a structured and therapeutic setting, with plenty of recreation during downtime. Oil change, micro filter and annoying horn that intermittently goes from loud to mellow sound.
This is my personal experience dating a drug addict.” The site is also unique in that unlike major dating sites like or e Harmony, users can see everyone else’s profiles—not just the ones a computer has deemed compatible with their interests.The idea for the site came from co-founder Paul Kole, who faced his own struggles while trying to date during recovery.Alumni appreciate the sense of community and understanding staff.This Arizona rehab prescribes high doses of AA meetings and backpacking for young guys who not only need to get sober, but also learn the basics (think cooking and cleaning) of living in the real world.