Alcoholism

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Alcoholism is undoubtedly an easy ticket for quick death! Alcoholism is really a great evil in the present world, as it affects the living of so many individuals. The abundant and regular intake of alcohol will make the person to lose his consciousness and moreover it makes the person to fall in bad depression. It is quite simple to distinguish a drunken and a normal person, as the alcoholic addict will badly suffer with different problems. People will hang out with their friends and relatives by joining any party or other occasions. This is the moment where they start sticking with the taste of alcohol. A non-stop drinking for about just four days will lead you to the negative phase of alcoholism. Alcoholism will cede out with different symptoms and they could be observed when you check and observe yourself closer

Here the question will raise on, how frequent you intake alcohol and alcohol consumption is your lifestyle? Bad intake and alcohol consumption is really dangerous as it gathers all the disease and illness, which affects you and your family members. Taking alcohol is not really a sin or a bad thing, but the only factor to be considered is, how often you take alcohol and how much you consume! It is hardly difficult for a person to come-up from the effects and impacts of alcoholism, unless he or she is ultimately self control and enthusiastic

Alcoholism is really an addiction that develops gradually due to the intake of alcohol to longer days. Principally, a person might start drinking harmless liquor but when days go on, they stick with the taste of harmful drugs. This in turn will seriously lead to bad impact and several troublesome health hazardous effects. Alcoholism is the regular intake of alcohol either by drinking alone or cheering-up with friends. This will seriously affect the lifestyle of the person and it should be treated right away

hoffman posted a photo: Crisis at Christmas G88-26 Crisis at Christmas charity shelter in a disused church in Stepney, London. Christmas 1977.
hoffman posted a photo: St Botolph's Crypt F44-10 St Botolph's Crypt wet shelter 1978

The crypt of this east end church was opened to all comers on weekday evenings. Drinkers and drug users were as welcome as anyone else and there was no restriction on their consumption. Filthy, noisy, smelly and sometimes violent the crypt was non judgemental and provided food, warmth and medical support for many years under the management of The Reverend Malcolm Johnson. After he retired the money was squandered and the crypt closed.
hoffman posted a photo: St Botolph's Crypt H3-5 St Botolph's Crypt wet shelter 1978

The crypt of this east end church was opened to all comers on weekday evenings. Drinkers and drug users were as welcome as anyone else and there was no restriction on their consumption. Filthy, noisy, smelly and sometimes violent the crypt was non judgemental and provided food, warmth and medical support for many years under the management of The Reverend Malcolm Johnson. After he retired the money was squandered and the crypt closed.
hoffman posted a photo: Crisis at Christmas L46-26_col Homeless people line up for their Christmas dinner at an open shelter in a disused church run by charity Crisis at Xmas. hand coloured version..© David Hoffman phone +44 (0)20 8981 5041, email lib@hoffmanphotos.com .NUJ & BAPLA recommended terms & conditions apply. Moral rights asserted under Copyright Designs & Patents Act 1988..Full terms and conditions for digital and traditional use available on request. Credit is required. No part of this photo to be stored, reproduced, manipulated or transmitted by any means without permission..
hoffman posted a photo: Crisis at Christmas L46-28 tweak 1 master Homeless people line up for their Christmas dinner at an open shelter in a disused church run by charity Crisis at Xmas.
hoffman posted a photo: F91-14 1976 St Botolph Azella getting ready for a date.
The wet crypt at St Botolph Church, Aldgate London where users were allowed to bring and consume their alcohol and drugs. 1976.

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