O’Neill portrays the complex relationships that evolve form a family that suffers from addiction problems. Eugene O’Neill portrays the impacts that addiction has on familial life throughout the play. The thematic claims about these impacts are prominent in Jamie’s monologue. As the family members become intoxicated it creates great tension between them. The inability to move on from past events makes the characters abuse chemical substances to escape their past events.
Drugs and alcohol can be life threatening when abused not only fatal to the abuser but also is dangerous and be fatal for the people around them. It is commonly known that if someone is a drug abuser then they probably sell them so they have money to buy more. Often times this means that drug dealers can not have a normal routine job. Now with that being said they don’t have money because at first they make money from selling the drugs but then they use more and more for themselves. If they, at one time, had a job it probably wouldn't take long for them to loose it because whether they realize it or not drugs completely take over their whole lives.
He gets out of the hospital and he still wanted to smoke the synthetic marijuana so we knew he needed to go back he tried to open the door while it was in motion. We go home he still was trying to attack people. I’m at his grandmother’s house and I get put out,
He was dirt broke and was living in severe poverty. He was given the opportunity to write in a daily newspaper and he did this for quite some type to try and save up some money. As a matter of fact, he was so poor at one point that one of his close wealthy friends had to loan him a large sum of money just so that he could continue writing in the paper. As Coleridge was nearing his death he decided to move to Highgate Homes and live out the rest of his years. Coleridge’s ad... ... middle of paper ... ...dge took opium because he suffered from severe depression, Shelley took it for many other reasons.
Many people who own their businesses have been said to work for long hours in order to get higher returns. In order to achieve this success, they have turned to hard drugs such as cocaine, heroin and even marijuana. They are also using drugs to reduce fatigue and make them to remain alert for long hours. This is having an adverse effect on their bodies especially their vital organs such as heart, liver and kidney. Majority of them end up suffering from chronic diseases (Sutherland, Cooper & Palgrave Connect, 2000: 83).
How has work efficiency changed as a result of drug addiction in school and workplace? In the 1960 and 1970's, men and women worked long hours to support their family. For many, these strenuous hours were hard to handle without taking drugs. The use of "uppers" and "downers" was then considered a way to tolerate those long work hours. To this date, the concern of drugs being used for work efficiency persists among adults who work long late hours, teens with an influenced drug addiction, and also the health concerns which occur because of the use of drugs.
Drug Abuse After reviewing the case study provided it is very evident that Matt has a substance abuse problem. He is a college student who is struggling to find a sense of belonging. He spends a great deal of time alone worrying about the financial burden he is placing on his family. His mother currently reported concern with Matt’s drinking habits, because her husband is a recovering alcoholic. His friends and roommate are suspicious about his use of alcohol and possibly even other substances such as cocaine.
Jung was also addicted; he was addicted to drugs, money, dealing, and relationships. Which both Elizabeth and George can relate to their addictions and problems they encountered over their lives. Elizabeth is taking medication for her depression, but the pain gets worse and worse as the days go by. “I’m going up to 102nd st. to get the coke, it will make you feel better.” She is hooked on drugs because all she wants is the pain to go away, and being a young adult in college parting, beer, and drugs are going to be used. That is the last that she needs because like George Jung’s father once told him as a young boy, “When your up, your up, and when you’re down you never think you’ll be up again but you do.
This is when his first days of crime really started. Being the troublemaker that he was, Cohen was in reform school twice before hi... ... middle of paper ... ...o at the time Cohen had his fair share of dirty cops and politicians. Those politicians would do anything that Cohen wanted as long as they got the money. This was one of Cohen’s biggest mistakes because it left him vulnerable to high up leaders and his dirty politicians getting paid by other people more than he paid them. This was one of the biggest problems in his network.
I was taught to never eat before an adult, always make sure to say, “Thank you,” greet elders with respect, and always take care of the younger ones. Through my mother’s support, I was truly exposed to what I wanted to pursue; teaching. Ever since the divorce, I found a passion for helping kids. Although it’s not a career that would make a lot of money like doctors, I will truly be able to pursue my passion. My future career will reward me with endless amounts of happiness and I believe that happiness is more important than money.