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  • Alcoholism and How It Has Affected Me

    Alcoholism is a disease that affects millions of lives everyday. Most don’t realize they even have a problem until it’s too late. It is a disease that affects almost every family in America in one way or another including mine. I learned a very important lesson about the disease that afflicted my grandfather when I myself had a bout with alcoholism. I have always heard from my father what a smart boy I am. My father also talks of how much I remind him of his father‚ I’m mechanically inclined

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  • How Has College Affected Me.

    How has College affected me. College has affected me in many ways. First off it has thought me to be more responsible. When you’re in college you are responsible for adding and dropping your classes no one does it for you‚ so if you don’t want a W on your transcript you will pay attention to all the dates the college provides to drop on time. Second reason it has allowed me to learn things that I thought I would never be interested in. When taking general ed classes you have

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  • How Dance Has Affected Me

    How Dance Has Affected Me If I had to give one reason why dance has changed my life‚ I would say that it’s because it gave me so much within the numbered dance we had together. When I was 5 years old I asked my mother if I could join ballet. I had been growing obsessed with it for the past year of my life. I loved to watch videos of ballet recitals that my cousin Lucy had performed in. I was extremely jealous of her. She was tall and thin and she looked regal and poised while she was running around

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  • How the Computer Has Affected Me and My Family

    In this paper I will be explaining how computers affected my family’s life‚ and how these changes have come with a price. We must realize that we will be losing security with every new site signed up for or every purchase made on-line. Not to mention all the other problems that come along with having a computer. We must be ready and aware of the risks so we can be prepared. Right now we can practically do everything we need to do right from our family computer. There are so many

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  • Alcoholism

    Alcoholism is a big problem because it can not always be cured‚ it is a disease‚ and treatment does not always work. Alcoholism can be cured by these 3 ways. You can go to treatment for alcoholism‚ but you are not always guaranteed a positive outcome you can be an outpatient during the week‚ and be home on weekends‚ or you can check into a sobriety house. Treatment does not always work for these reasons; you could relapse‚ sobriety houses don’t always work/help‚ you could check into a sobriety house

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  • Alcoholism

    The Many Effects of Alcoholism Many times when people hear the word addiction they tend to think about drugs or maybe to a lesser extent cigarettes‚ however one of the most common and horrible addictions is alcoholism. I attribute this lack of common knowledge to the fact that many people who have this addiction do a very good job at hiding it. Unlike illicit drugs alcohol is not hard to find‚ you simply have to walk into a liquor store or even a gas station. Because of this‚ addicts can hide themselves

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    ineffective ways to reduce drinking problems among young people‚ especially high school‚ college‚ and university students. The best preventive measures are often the easiest and most economical and can be easily implemented by parents and educators. Alcoholism is a broad term for problems with alcohol‚ and is generally used to mean compulsive and uncontrolled consumption of alcoholic beverages‚ usually to the detriment of the drinker’s health‚ personal relationships‚ and social standing. It is medically

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  • Alcoholism

    Physical Signs of Alcoholism Alcoholism is defined as a situation where an individual repeatedly takes more than the recommended amount of alcohol. although alcohol is good when used in the right amount by adults‚ to much of it has lots of consequences on the life on an individual. This is because alcohol abuse causes emotional‚ financial‚ social and physical problems in the life on an individual abusing it. if you are an individual who is an alcoholic‚ you will find yourself in at least one

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  • Alcoholism

    Alcoholism Alcoholism is a progressive and chronic disease that includes controlling drinking‚ using alcohol even though it causes problems‚ having physical dependence with alcohol‚ or having withdrawal symptoms when one tries to cut back or stop consuming alcohol. One can have a problem with alcohol and not have it progressed to alcoholism. That is called problem drinking which means one drinks too much causing repeated problem in their life. According to the Mayo Clinic (2012)‚ binge drinking

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  • Alcoholism

    Effects of Alcoholism One of the many problems in the United States is Alcoholism. Alcoholism is considered a disease and has several sever effects that can be dangerous‚ and in some cases fatal. Alcoholism can have negative effects on a person physically‚ psychologically‚ and emotionally. The most obvious of the three effects is physical. These are the effects that can become fatal if alcoholism is present for a long period of time. Alcoholism can cause cancer in the liver‚ stomach and kidneys

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