emotional release

See: catharsis
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As Eliza, she exudes warmth and purity, capturing the giddiness of a young woman that falls helplessly in love with this brash, ambitious young man, setting the audience up for that precipitous fall when she sings 'Burn,' her bitterness and grief at her son's death, and the emotional release when she finally forgives in 'It's Quiet Uptown.'
Writer-director Sean Anders's picture earns its heartfelt emotional release by focusing intently on the inner turmoil of children who have been discarded and sometimes starved of affection.
HOME AND AWAY Channel 5 ZIGGY is horrified when she learns Dean took a beating to protect her, prompting an emotional release. He then finds a way to distract her from Brody - a wrecked old car they can renovate together.
Tim wanted lots of blood and said: "Everything is so internal with Sweeney, that the blood is like his emotional release."
Instant Family earns its emotional release by focusing intently on the inner turmoil of children who have been discarded and sometimes starved of affection and need someone to provide them with a safe harbour from the darkness of the past.
Instant Family earns its heartfelt emotional release by focusing intently on the inner turmoil of children who have been discarded and sometimes starved of affection and need someone to provide them with stability and a safe harbour from the darkness of the past.
Postures are packed with powerful effects: Asanas warm the body, help keep synovial and other fluids moving, allow for emotional release (surprising, isn't this?), and muscle stretching often provides missed relief and increased range of motion.
Many supportive helpers will encourage this emotional processing, assuming that they are facilitating a therapeutic emotional release. While that may be true, there also reaches a point of diminishing returns where retelling the story just prolongs the sense of loss and relationship dysfunction that negatively impacts the person's self-concept.
"One takes a stone, stands in front of a wall representing the devil and wishes away any bad feelings or thoughts or future or past -- whatever the pilgrim wants to think about -- and that emotional release of a stone hitting the wall and becoming words was such a beautiful thing in my mind.
As a customer, you should know that this type of approach very likely reduces your chances of satisfaction, despite the momentary emotional release. As an employer, you should train your service people to only absorb a limited amount of abusive language before terminating a call.
Among the lecture topics are '50,000 things Hemp can do" and "Emotional Release Using Essential Oils".