Kelsey FennerSouth University OnlineBIO2015Prof. Elizabeth SerbiaMr. Wilko states he is a social drinker and “can stop at any time.” How accurate is his self-assessment?I would say that Mr. Wilko’s self-assessment is very off, he feels the need to drink on his lunch break and as he continues to look for a job, which to me says that his priorities are more focused on having a drink than his work or now finding a job. What stressors are present in Mr. Wilko's case?He was at risk for being fired at his job due to his sales performance and he is arguing with his wife over finances and the need for needing more income, by the end of the passage he has long his job due to hisdrinking and now continues to drink as he looks for a new job. Why does Mr. Wilko continue to increase his alcohol intake?He feels stress from his job and to provide for his family. What changes in liver function can Mr. Wilko expect if he continues to drink large amounts of alcohol?