In the meantime, I’d say hold off on starting an “official” relationship for both your sakes.lcohol consumption in the UK has been steadily increasing since the Second World War, and in 2015 24 per cent of people in the UK are drinking in a harmful or hazardous way. " Allow Men should not drink over 21 units of alcohol per week.As teenagers and young adults, it’s very easy to think that drug and alcohol use can be handled and controlled, especially if they see others they know doing the same thing.
The important thing that I learned is that drugs alter the thinking patterns in your brain which can distort logic and rationality.I am fortunate to say that I have never battled with an alcohol addiction, but I have to imagine that truly addressing that issue is very emotionally, psychologically and mentally intense.If he has that on his plate to deal with, I don’t think that this is the right time for him to start a new relationship either.You should also avoid drinking more than four units in a single day and have two alcohol-free days per week. As a rough guide a pint of ordinary strength lager has two units, a pint of strong lager has three units, a bottle of wine has seven units and a single measure of spirit has one unit.Most bottled drinks now tell you how many units of alcohol are in the bottle so it's worth checking the label.
It just seems that he would be better off figuring out his own issues first before he starts a new relationship.