Cough syrup is a drug in liquid form. Likewise, alcohol is a drug in liquid form.
So why do we think of alcohol differently than we do other drugs? Why does our culture put it into a totally different category? Some say, “alcohol is legal” but so are other over the counter meds that come in pill or liquid form.
Why do we separate “alcohol” from “drugs” when it IS a drug?
I’d love to hear your thoughts before you hear mine!
-Mark (to be continued…)