Thursday, November 25, 2010

Joint Drug-Taking & Social Bonding

Joint drug-taking is a form of social bonding, but can quickly become a requirement of social bonding.

If we are to remove the requirement of drug-taking in social bonding, whether it be alcohol in pubs, parties, ad infinitum, or other forms of drugs, then we need to show that these social occasions can occur as well as they should without the drug. This can be fostered with the knowledge that all of our social bonding before the age of eleven was without drugs.

But can we really do that? Can we, any more, socialise without alcohol?


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