Did you mayhaps mean reliving?
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“My memories and photos of yester year are priceless and to this day, enjoy looking at those photos and re-living the past.”
“While I was re-living my childhood at Esalen, my Godmother Bella was saying goodbye to her life as we knew it.”
“To say I fell in love with the sacred grounds of Esalen would be an understatement, and in the process of re-living our childhoods, together as a group, we formed that year relationships and bonds that have lasted half my life.”
“Current treatments for PTSD include reliving the experience "exposure" and then working with someone on the feelings that are brought up by re-living the experience.”
““I went on a real bender, babe,” I chortle, “re-living the days when we were young, wild, and free-ee!””
“My parents were on a tour of Holiday Inns in Canada (with their band), so I spent that summer re-living the entire flick in an endless succession of Holiday Inn pools.”
“That means that when we look at a little map of our neighborhood and it's covered with red Sex Offender dots, there's often no way of telling whether the guy down the block is a child rapist or a jerk wearing a headband (and nothing else), bent on re-living the Carter years.”
“As the girls of Warrenville go through the process of creating a musical based on their lives -- writing in their journals about their past, sharing with their peers what feel like shameful secrets, re-living and dramatizing their crimes -- a transformation takes place.”
“I could write a whole book on what it felt like for someone to break my rib by stamping on me but you don't want to read that and I'm not keen on re-living it.”
“I am happy to pass over the Eide-Galbraith story, which was an unpleasant enough experience at the time without my re-living it here.”
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