Alcoholism Essay Help (10 Points)?

Question by : Alcoholism essay help (10 points)?
I am trying to figure out a concluding sentence for my research paper on alcoholism. If any of you could help me that would be great.
I summarized alcoholism as a whole. If it helps, here is my outline.


Paragraph I: Introduction

A: What is Alcoholism?

B: (cite:

Paragraph II: Cause & Short Term Symptoms

A: What are the causes of Alcoholism?

B: Short Term Symptoms

Paragraph III: Long Term Symptoms & Treatment

A: Long Term Symptoms

B: Treatment

Paragraph IV: Conclusion

A: Cause & Short Term Symptoms

B: Long Term Symptoms & Treatment

C: Thoughtful ending sentence

Best answer:

Answer by Haley R
Well, it’d be better if I was able to read the paper..
but maybe say something like “Alcoholism affects more than just the alcoholic, it affects all of those that are around the alcoholic.” or maybe if you have different points of what alcholism is.. you could say, “__, __, and __ are all signs of alcoholism.” or maybe, “There are countless ways to seek help for alcoholism, such as Alcoholics Annonymous, Rehabilitation Centers, and even organizations found in your very own city.”

Answer by Elmer F
How can WE conclude what YOU found during YOUR research?

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