I understand. However, there is NO physical addiction to steriods. It is more of a mental addiction.
That mental addiction is NOT caused steriods. It is caused by the mental problem of the individual.
I guarantee these mentally disturbed individuals are going to have some issues with something.
Hmm would you be referring to muscle dysmorphia:
Muscle dysmorphia is a disorder in which a person becomes obsessed with the idea that he or she is not muscular enough. Those who suffer from muscle dysmorphia tend to hold delusions that they are "skinny" or "too small" but are often above average in musculature. Sometimes referred to as bigorexia or reverse anorexia nervosa, it is a very specific type of body dysmorphic disorder.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Muscle_dysmorphia
If steroids were readily available by prescription, one could imagine soccer moms and baseball dads all over the country giving steroids to their kids so that their kids can make the team.
I believe no matter what these parents would put their kids on steroids. Look at that 'wrestler' who allegedly put his kid on the gear. Then killed them and himself. He would be catagorized as being a tad bit deranged. I think it takes somebody a little bit out there to put their kids on stuff like that.