Drinking - Andrew Cook November 9, 2007 eChug and Alcohol...

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Andrew Cook November 9, 2007 eChug and Alcohol Violation Reflection Upon reading the article I was surprised to find out that only 43% of college students participated in binge drinking. I was stunned to find that out. I thought it was at least 60% to 70%. This fact causes me to rethink why I drink, other than the bandwagon approach for motivation; I believe I drink because the people I hang around with drink. The good things about my drinking are that it relaxes me and allows me to have a good time without really having any worries. I don't have a car so I'm not worried about drunk driving or any of that, so I feel like it’s just a good way to relieve stress and to meet people at parties. The not so good things about my drinking are that sometimes I become ill and I don't really like the whole throwing up aspect of it, also, it causes permanent harm to my body and may lead to long term health affects in the future. I try to avoid the not so good things about my drinking by eating a lot of food before we go
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2008 for the course SOC 134 taught by Professor Besser during the Fall '07 term at Iowa State.

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