I've seen this a lot lately....that it's bad to drink alone.
I drink on my own, maybe once or twice a week....happily pollishing off 2 bottles of wine, a bottle of whiskey or several beers (not the "or"
1) Drinking alone saves you money that would otherwise be spent on pub/club entry and inflated prices of drinks.
2) I like just listening to music whilst drinking, getting thoughts in my head a little clearer etc.
3) Generally, alcohol causes people to be abusive or another negative action, which is easily avoided if you drink alone - you don't risk people trying to fight you, nor do you risk offending/falling out with people.
4) You're not adding to the "Booze Britain" culture.
I am open to counter arguments, but I should make clear that I am no way dependant on alcohol. Also, I appreciate that my unit intake is probably far too high, but we're not debating this - simply, "What's wrong with drinking at home alone?"
I don't see it as a problem, but a lot of people say it's bad/wrong/abnormal etc.