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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of therapy.
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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.
In some cases, the therapy amounts to the ultimate, permanent happy pill: no condition can make the therapied unhappy, even jailing.
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.
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.
They've been 'over-therapied,' and it's difficult to get them to practice their exercises and prescribed treatment regimes. "
They've been 'over-therapied,' and it's difficult to get them to practice their exercises and prescribed treatment regimes, "said Green.