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alcoholism - Speech Period: 1 Alcoholism I. INTRODUCTION a....

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Speech Period: 1 Alcoholism I. INTRODUCTION a. Alcoholism not only affects one’s life personally but also the lives of the family and other loved ones. i. Alcohol is a depressant or a drug that slows down or depresses the brain. ii. Changes a persons ability to think, speak, and see things as they really are. iii. May feel relaxed and happy and then later get in an argument. iv. As angry as one may get at an alcoholic, it is important that we do everything we can to get them help. b. Alcoholism has and will affect many people if we don’t do something about it and I will begin telling you many ways in which it can. II. BODY a. Alcoholism is a chronic disease that could strike anyone anywhere, just like cancer or A.I.D.S., and just as these diseases, if not treated, can and will kill those who are affected by this unprejudiced condition. i. Often labeled as “problem drinking” in its early stages.
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2011 for the course SPCH 1 taught by Professor Meyers during the Spring '11 term at Iowa Lakes.

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