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Question

How is your likelihood of abusing alcohol affected by having peers and family members who drink?

A. It makes it less likely that I will abuse alcohol.
B. It makes it more likely that I will abuse alcohol.
C. It makes it certain that I will abuse alcohol.
D. It doesn't affect the likelihood that I will abuse alcohol.

2 Answer

  • B is correct because I have learned Psychology relating to this
  • It makes it more likely that I will abuse alcohol.

    what is alcohol?

    Alcohol is a harmful and intoxicating chemical that can lead to addiction.

    In many modern civilizations, alcoholic beverages constitute a common component of the social environment for many people.

    This is especially true in social contexts with a high level of publicity and societal influence, both nationally and internationally, where alcohol is regularly consumed.

    In this atmosphere, it's easy to overlook or dismiss the health and societal harm that drinking causes or contributes to.

    Within a family, alcohol misuse and alcoholism can damage a marriage or build a breach between family members. So,  the people who drink can deplete family finances, instigate disputes, overlook children, and generally harm the health and happiness of others they care about.

    so, it make it more likely that I will abuse alcohol.

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