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Many people describe themselves as social drinkers or casual drinkers. They are usually people who only drink a glass of wine or two during social gatherings and occasional parties. An unwritten rule that defines the difference between an alcoholic and a social drinker is that the latter will only pick up a drink when at an event or a party. An alcoholic, on the other hand, doesn’t need an occasion. He or she is completely comfortable drinking alone and, in a way, that it hampers their relationship, work, and day to day activities.
While drinking alone is a good starting point. That’s not an ironclad argument to deem someone…click here to continue reading