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By Dan McGinnis
The most dangerous people in society have a tendency to spend years and years together and have no trouble getting along with each other. They’re also the ones who have the worst drunken encounters.
“The guys who get in trouble have lots of bad experiences because they don’t get to experience it all,” said Gary M. O’Toole Jr., a professor of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at Yale University. “They have to learn to deal with it.”
O’Toole, who studies alcohol treatment in the criminal justice system, thiapronxnks that the average drunken encounter is an opportunity to learn a thing or two from the person involved in it and that the longer they have it, the more they grow to appreciate what a great role model they were to the other man.
When alcohol 더킹카지노abuse can be corrected through therapy, O’Toole said, it has less risk of recurrence and, if things can be done to minimize the chances of another alcohol-related problem, “you’re probably more likely to do something about 카지노 사이트it afterward,” like getting a second chance.
O’Toole’s research has led him to write a book, which will focus on the problems of those who have been alcoholics in society for decades.
In it, he will talk about the types of situations — drunken fights, fights with roommates and romantic relationships — that can bring on depression, anger, aggression and self-destruction.
A man who drinks too much has fewer problems than someone who drinks too little, O’Toole said. Alcohol abuse also makes people less sensitive to social cues, and so they’re more likely to drink before other people even think of talking about them.
“In the end, people don’t want to hang out,” said O’Toole, whose new book was published in October by St. Martin’s Press, Inc.
If you are a guy who has been drinking, said O’Toole, you are probably going to go into your next fight with some of those same problems — rage, aggression and self-destructive behaviors.
The books will also include strategies for preventing problems, from fighting to getting sober through counseling sessions.
O’Toole said the “alcohol-abuse problem” needs a “real approach” and isn’t just a case of avoiding risky situations. He said there need to be better ways to recognize that you are an alcoholic.
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