Then when these four feelings come, learn to cathartically
But on tracks like world-weary "New World Towers,'' punky "I Broadcast'' -- which has the adrenaline of Blur classic "Song 2'' -- and cathartically
upbeat closer "Ong Ong,'' Blur show they can still charm and delight.
After analysing the statistical results, the findings appear to support the predicted hypothesis that playing a violent lent video game for just 15 minutes using the Kinect motion sensing technology cathartically
released aggression levels.
Titration approach to accessing traumatic material and working with it cathartically
People with anger difficulties frequently have these difficulties because they bottle up other emotions until they are violently and cathartically
This comparison captures the tense emotions in Bisong which cathartically
explodes in the re-union with his mother.
This fear is usually cathartically
resolved through the baby's safe delivery.
No longer are only historical events of note, involving important personages (in painting), of dramatic tragic action, executed by noble characters, purging the audience cathartically
through "pity and fear", admissible objects of artistic creation.
Dolan argued that the stage 'is a proper place to explore gender ambiguity, not to cathartically
expunge it from society, but to play with, confound, and deconstruct gender categories'.
satisfying in a very direct way .
Mack keeps his provocateur tongue firmly in cheek throughout this composition of cathartically
cranky social criticism.