psychologically damaged

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  • Poncelet was so psychologically damaged by his decision, he committed suicide a few days later.
  • Psychologically damaged from their near-death battle, the two warriors are intense, but refuse to speak.
  • The Federal Government has since conceded that the child has been psychologically damaged while in mandatory detention.
  • We were all a bit psychologically damaged from the 1977 time.
  • The series highlights Spector's supposed spiritual connection to the moon god as well as his own psychologically damaged state of mind.
  • The experience was devastating for the sensitive Izotov, and left him in poor health and psychologically damaged.
  • Like his later Silent Hill games, Aisle features a psychologically damaged viewpoint character, a contemporary setting and a positive meaning at its heart.
  • Armitage notes that the character, who spent eight years in a Russian prison, has a personable exterior, but is psychologically damaged.
  • Kraken attacks often leave the survivors, if any, psychologically damaged, traumatized or deranged.
  • Frank pursues women frequently, usually older, psychologically damaged, or physically unattractive women he considers "low-hanging fruit."
  • While Karter was brought down, Amy Steel was psychologically damaged and turned in her Judge badge.
  • He is interrupted, and Kirsten survives, but in a severe physically and psychologically damaged state.
  • Clay Basket fears that young Jacques will be psychologically damaged and left a scarred outcast, since both worlds he comes from reject him.
  • Khalid becomes traumatized and psychologically damaged after he is mercilessly attacked by a brainwashed Superman.
  • Back home, physically and psychologically damaged, he alternates between bouts of alcoholism, prison terms for petty theft and 'going bush'.
  • The characters of Clare and Felice are psychologically damaged from witnessing the traumatic murder/suicide of their parents.
  • He is psychologically damaged by his treatment, and after the war suffers from severe psychological problems and is only able to discuss his experiences as a POW with other former POWs.
  • When he reaches 21 and is released, he is so psychologically damaged that, despite reunion with Kurath, he attempts suicide and is committed to a psychiatric hospital.
  • For example, Dr. Phil arrives to counsel the psychologically damaged Desperate Housewives; in another spoof, the former cast of Sex and the City are hired as the new hookers for another HBO series, Deadwood.