Alcohol Abuse Affects Our Society

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Part 3 Alcohol, from the time of our forefathers, has been in our society and the abuse of alcohol as became more aggressive and damaging than ever. Alcohol abuse affects our society from infancy to late adulthood and as a whole alcohol abuse disrupts the places where we work, our family life, and our spiritual being. The chronic use of alcohol has been an issue for many years and has a great effect on the young adults of today. Alcohol can ignite disruptions in their daily growth as productive adults and livelihood, and can lead to destruction for the young abuser. Along with the new pressures of learning how not to drink, prevention and treatment is a must for the young adult who is suffering from the abuse of alcohol. With counseling,…show more content…
Before presenting the literary review, I have implemented Part 1 and Part 2 of the expected requirements for completing the paper and they are as follows: Causes Alcohol over a period of time has become an accepted drug in our society. It can be purchased over the counter in convenience stores, grocery stores, privately owned ABC stores all over the nation, and even in our neighborhoods at the next door neighbor’s house. Alcohol has always been legal since the time of the Prohibition. The Prohibition was a period of nearly fourteen years of U.S. history in which the manufacture, sale, and transportation of liquor was made illegal. However, since 1933 when alcohol became legal once again, the abuse of alcohol has slowly destroyed marriages and the lives of early adult men and women all over the world. A study completed by experts from the Independent Scientific Committee on Drugs reported, “For the young adult, alcohol ranks most harmful among a list of 20 drugs, beating out crack and heroin when assessed for its potential harm to the individual drinking, and harm to others, according to study results released by a British medical journal ” (Christopher, 2012). Nevertheless, alcohol is easily assessable. The growth of the human body has been studied all over the world for years. From the studies of Sigmund Freud to Erickson, Lawrence Kohlberg 's to Piaget, and countless other psychologist’s theory’s, human development can have
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