catharsis


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Catharsis is comprised of fifty-five columns and editorials, which average about four pages in length.
'My Heart' won the award of 'Best Films and videos up to 120 seconds' at the International Film Festival 'Catharsis' in Russia.
The results of the CATHARSIS trial suggest a potential utility of pharmacotherapies with cilostazol plus aspirin as well as of strict control of risk factors for the management of symptomatic IAS.
Sharing his thoughts on doing the film, Anupam said:"Some movies we do to entertain ourselves and some we do to entertain others, some movies we do for money and some for fame and some for artistic satisfaction but Awake is a film that I have done as a catharsis for myself.
Catharsis is associated with a feeling of relief after experiencing stress and intense affect.
The founder of 'Closet Catharsis' added that they are hyper-actively observant as the desire to "fit in" makes them more vigilant.
And even though we don't have Whitsesnake on hand for a little '80s rock catharsis, we DO have White Mullet, for whom that particular brand of '80s metal is a specialty.
Nunn, "Playing with Appetite in Early Modern Comedy" (101-17); Thomas Rist, "Catharsis as 'Purgation' in Shakespearean Drama" (138-56).
"Many people believe that violent video games are a kind of catharsis, allowing them to alleviate angry feelings.
A little late to the party--better documentaries on Wall Street and hacktivism have already been done--the pic nevertheless achieves a kind of catharsis through sheer volume: Cataloguing the financial crimes, police misconduct, economic disparity and constitutional crises of the past several years makes for an emotional experience that will appeal to young auds in particular.
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Catharsis is an old -Greek and psychoanalytic term for emotional and mental purging.