• Family history: often severely disrupted, e.g. parental problems, early death, separation, divorce, alcohol or drug abuse, sexual abuse, mental illness, lack of affection.
• Personal history: low threshold for toleration, unpleasant emotions, poor academic record, failure to fulfil aims, poor self-esteem.
• First experiments with drugs are out of curiosity, and then regular use follows with loss of job, alienation from family, finally moving into a 'drug scene' type of lifestyle.
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