him psychologically

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  • It seemed that everything he read or saw when in a state of physical relaxation affected him psychologically. Cited from Captivity, by M. Leonora Eyles [AKA: Margaret Leonora Pitcairn Eyles]
  • His frustration with himself was so harsh that his parents had him psychologically evaluated at school.
  • Being unable to reunite with his family left him psychologically scarred.
  • While in prison, Haggard discovered that his wife was expecting a child from another man, which pressed him psychologically.
  • The devastating impact of the period wounded him psychologically, coloured his work, and haunted his entire life with disturbing memories.
  • During the summer of 1968 he was involved in a serious car accident from which he recovered physically but which left him psychologically scarred.
  • He is afflicted by an intense melancholia that leaves him psychologically paralyzed for most of the novel.
  • The first time, he was marooned on Monkey Island, an experience which scarred him psychologically.
  • Many commentators, as well as Collins' family, believe that the loss of his livelihood broke him psychologically and that his death was a suicide.
  • Their school counselor Mr. Mackey advices them to videotape Cartman, so he can study him psychologically.
  • Hensleigh's intention was to show that the events in New York and the subsequent repercussions had tilted him psychologically.
  • Rex and Gigi arrived just in time, however, to talk him down, and, not knowing what else to do, took him to the hospital to have him psychologically tested.
  • Larwood believed that Jardine saw Bradman as his main target and wished to attack him psychologically as well as in a cricketing sense.
  • The experiments had the consequence of making him psychologically unstable, and in particular prone to violent and animalistic behavior.
  • She was no sort of scientific observer, and yet the keenness of her affection made her as closely observant of Ormond as if she had been studying him psychologically. Cited from Questionable Shapes, by William Dean Howells
  • He was drafted into the Imperial Japanese Navy in 1943, and although he did not see combat, the fact that many of his friends died in the war left him psychologically scarred.
  • One of Hamilton's arguments was that Salinger's experience with post-traumatic stress disorder left him psychologically scarred, and that he was unable to deal with the traumatic nature of his war service.
  • As the historian Jeremy Krikler commented, this may have prepared him psychologically not to condone the massacre which took place on the Zong.
  • When Sellars attempts to use this discovery to have RoboCops put in action on a country-wide scale, Norton has a crisis of conscience and not only reactivates Murphy, but admits what was done to him psychologically during the program.
  • When he stumbles upon evidence linking Dudley Smith with an old murder, Smith manipulates him psychologically until he kills himself, partly by threatening to reveal Upshaw's repressed homosexual tendencies.