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Alcoholism is a road often traveled yet there is no light at the end The road only leads to a life of depression anxiety anger stress and much more These are all common unwanted personality traits that we experience at one time or another However alcoholics exhibit these traits day in and day our as the likelihood that they act in these types of manners is nearly doubled when alcohol is involved Alcohol inhibits not only our daily bodily functions but our mind as well Alcoholism leads to times of withdrawal low self-esteem and an overall unwillingness to be part of society It can turn the gentlest person into a raving psychopath without them even knowing it or if they do know they refuse to admit it Alcoholism manipulates the way we think and the way we react in common everyday situations Minor problems are blown out of proportion while major problems are faced with anger resentment and often physical force Alcoholism does nothing positive for an individual It has many harmful effects and its effects on ones personality is one of the most harmful of all Our personality is who we are and who we are known as Alcoholism takes that personality corrupts it and turns us into the person we never thought we become As the alcohol becomes more important and necessary in an alcoholic life he will find himself unable to any longer answer the question of who he is but will rather find himself asking questions such as who he has become At first an individual may enjoy an occasional beer or two to a load off This does not have a permanent adverse effect on his personality However as time goes on if this same person finds himself relying on alcohol to make it through the day the problem has started Before he knows it he will find himself psychologically dependent on alcohol and stages will develop
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