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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of therapy.

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Examples

  • My mom once described a woman she truly loathed as being "over-therapied", a kick-ass rebuke that says it all: someone who tries to solve all of their (and your) problems with half-baked drugs and daddy issues, and worst of all, rationalized their worst behavior at light speeds using psychological syndromes they barely understood.

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  • My mom once described a woman she truly loathed as being "over-therapied", a kick-ass rebuke that says it all: someone who tries to solve all of their (and your) problems with half-baked drugs and daddy issues, and worst of all, rationalized their worst behavior at light speeds using psychological syndromes they barely understood.

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  • These procedures have become the norm, such that the "non-therapied" are considered the lunatics - the oddballs, malcontents, marginalized - and "normals" are as rare as the dodo.

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  • I like Cutler, but I like an emotionally stable QB who is electroshock therapied into not throwing picks with some young talent building around him too.

    thejetsblog.com

  • In some cases, the therapy amounts to the ultimate, permanent happy pill: no condition can make the therapied unhappy, even jailing.

    BC Bloggers

  • They've been 'over-therapied,' and it's difficult to get them to practice their exercises and prescribed treatment regimes. "

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • They've been 'over-therapied,' and it's difficult to get them to practice their exercises and prescribed treatment regimes, "said Green.

    Analysis

  • They've been 'over-therapied,' and it's difficult to get them to practice their exercises and prescribed treatment regimes, "said Green.

    Analysis

  • They've been 'over-therapied,' and it's difficult to get them to practice their exercises and prescribed treatment regimes. "

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

  • They've been 'over-therapied,' and it's difficult to get them to practice their exercises and prescribed treatment regimes. "

    PhysOrg.com - latest science and technology news stories

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