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  • n. Plural form of neurosis.


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  • Over this garden of female neuroses is laid the larger template of American Women in Financial Jeopardy … a topic I’m finding increasingly troubling, gnawing.

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  • The other elements of the photo prime most viewers except Elena to project all their Perfect Moment fantasies onto it rather than their neuroses, which is what makes it an ad instead of the therapy session the couple will need after their expectations are not quite met.


  • "Your neuroses were your identity card," says Agnes Loiseau, editor in chief of the monthly Psychologies.

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  • But more important than my neuroses is the electricity surrounding ChatRoulette: it reeks of something whose significance we can feel, but haven't fully defined yet.

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  • "Blacks do not have obsessive-compulsive neuroses, which is more of a puritanical thing," says Black Psychiatrist Alvin Poussaint. Top Stories

  • Being able to identify the petty assholes, narcissists, and would-be gatekeepers is half of being a successful academic … and dealing with their neuroses is the other.

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  • Lopez: Any form of expression that lacks therapeutic value or doesn't teach you something about yourself, or doesn't help you to rid yourself of some kind of neuroses, is completely useless to me.

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  • The Edinburgh Medical Dictionary place syncope in the class of "neuroses".


  • She's a baby, for God's sake-what kind of neuroses could she have?

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  • Also, re: the therapist's "neuroses," the article suggested doing just what you are suggesting -- stating therapists should ask themselves questions such as "why they want to make a particular search, would it advance or jeopardize the therapy, how do they monitor their own motivations, and should the results be shared."

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