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  • “She was able to both simultaneously think about her gender disphoria and do her job,” said Ellaborn.

    Archive 2007-07-01

  • Despite the disphoria I've been experiencing lately, I'm rather looking forward to it.

    December 13th, 2002

  • There are heart palpitations, hyperventilation, sweaty palms, disphoria (ph) of course is the opposite of euphoria.

    CNN Transcript Sep 20, 2004

  • Yesterdays disphoria was precipitated by the computer not willing to work and by picking up the phone to let my landlord know my stove wasn't working to find that my main phone line was out.

    July 21st, 2001

  • The team, led by Dr Mike Green, showed 60 adults a short film on the aftermath of the Hiroshima atom bomb, which unsurprisingly induced "mild disphoria".

    The Register

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  • There are heart palpitations, hyperventilation, sweaty palms, disphoria (ph) of course is the opposite of euphoria.
    — CNN Transcript Sep 20, 2004

    March 14, 2011