While there's no formal psychological study to back the following, it is still evident that alcohol abuse makes its sufferers shut themselves in, sometimes both physically and mentally. In other words, it makes the person focus on their self too much, in a way that doesn't contribute to their well-being. Those that are profoundly influenced by alcohol will often consume it alone, with disregard to those closest to them.
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