It's not an issue of behavior, it's just an issue of behavior. I'm pretty sure you're wrong. Not sure though. OK. My point, as clearly as I can make it, is this: Lack of willpower does not drive behavioral disorders; behavioral disorders can, by way of frustration and continuous suffering to the individual, promote a feeling of lost will (what Rambo was describing). Any lack of will isn't what causes one to over eat, fail at their diet, etc., but is merely a symptom of the underlying behavioral disorder, which is causing this. The roots of this behavior lie much deeper than a mere lack of free will--or some might say "free won't". One is cause, the other is an effect.