Lloyd's Life Case Study

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Lloyd’s life has fallen apart into pieces. His alcoholism has taken over; he’s lost all self-control and will power. He has found temporary comfort to his problems with long-term consequences. Personally, I sympathize greatly with Lloyd’s situation; he is far-flung down the plunging spiral of addiction, enslaved to its nature and effects. He has left friends and loved ones hurt and angry, to question his values and morality. To truly understand his addictive mindset, one must look beyond that and consider the circumstances that led him here. Society often tends to stigmatize addiction. It is labeled as dangerous and unpredictable and shameful. However, scientifically it is established as a disease with origins in neurochemistry and psychology.

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