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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of therapize.

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Examples

  • That should keep me 'therapized' through the winter.

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  • That should keep me 'therapized' through the winter.

    THE STEEL DEAL

  • That should keep me 'therapized' through the winter.

    THE STEEL DEAL

  • That should keep me 'therapized' through the winter.

    THE STEEL DEAL

  • That should keep me 'therapized' through the winter.

    THE STEEL DEAL

  • That should keep me 'therapized' through the winter.

    THE STEEL DEAL

  • Coché knows so-called active listening has become a cultural joke, shorthand for everything that is silly about our overly therapized world, but she thinks the concept can be useful.

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  • He speaks out his inner life in a fast, therapized blur, checking often to make sure you have understood his point and asking if you agree.

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  • Needless to say, the heroine winds up taking the vacation all by herself But it's not only sophisticated, overly therapized New Yorkers who use the term "passive-aggressive": a recent "Kudzu" cartoon strip has a child thinking that his mother "has elevated passive aggression to an art form" because she can't ask him simply and directly to pass the salt.

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  • I know there are plenty of therapists there in Santa Fe, probably one of the largest contingents in the U.S., it being so trendy and all, getting therapized.

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