Many families and lives get destroyed due to the intaking of alcoholic drinks. I have thought sometimes, why this thing injurious to our health is being sold. Why can't it be stopped at a once. I am looking forward for a great leader who is capable enough to ban such drinks. Please let me know your suggestions too.
Many families are destroyed by religions, should we ban them, too?
My six beers per year is not harming either me or my family. Why would you then deny me a beer?
Why are you spamming this site so much today?
We tried that in the US, it didn't work so well. Basically the illegalization of alcohol funded the mafia and made them a power corrupted the entire political process for decades.
Many families can have alcohol in their home, drink it with pleasure and joy, and teach their kids, by example, to do the same. Wine and cheese is a hobby at our home and we have had a wonderful time teaching our teens how different wines, food, and cheeses complement each other.
European heritage (of which we are descended) includes this. There is nothing quite like tasting the different wines and noticing how the earth and sun in each place has influenced it's flavor!
Alcoholism is an addiction and should never be confused with normal consumption. Wine (and other drinks) even have health benefits when consumed with moderation. Children, however, should not have it until their brain (around 21) has fully developed.
If, for instance, it is against your religion or alcoholism runs in your genes, then it would be wise to teach your children why alcohol should not be included in their adult lives. But if it isn't/doesn't, it is beneficial to teach kids that all things can be enjoyed with moderation and joy, when they are adults.
by Kevin Peter 5 years ago
How can a person be stopped from taking too much of alcoholic drinks?There are many families that get destroyed due to such bad habits. I wish to get a sincere and practical answer for it.
by Debra Allen 9 years ago
I was going to make a hib of this but there would be too much posted from my other site that is going down.On my site I posted this and got lots of responses form non alcoholics and Revoverying and recoverd alcoholics. There is a correlation between cults and AA--so someone said in mt site,...
by jhunpaler 6 years ago
To Do or Not To Do, Should Tax on Cigarettes and Alcoholic Drinks be increased?Cigarette smoking and alcoholic drinking could cause major health problems like cancer, liver cirrhosis, etc. By increasing their taxes, their price would also increased hoping this would decreased smokers and alcoholic...
by pedagog 6 years ago
Do every alcoholic drinks have same alcohol (ethanol)?if the answer is yes then why there so many varieties?
by nikki1 8 years ago
by KikiCobain 5 years ago
Would you regard someone as an alcoholic if they consumed atleast 2 beers, most, if not every day?
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