Caution: The following lines are a note to myself, not a judgment of others.
1. Alcohol weakens your will by impairing prefrontal functioning and thus self-control.
2. Alcohol weakens your will by dimming the focus on your goal and plan to achieve it.
3. Alcohol weakens your will by dulling the decision-making processes needed for leading groups and women.
4. Alcohol weakens your will by undermining opportunities to improve your social skills and core confidence.
5. Alcohol weakens your will by rendering it passive and reactive to social forces, which kills self-determination.
6. Alcohol weakens your will by stifling self-awareness, thus clouding your knowledge of what you truly want to do.
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