psychologically scarred

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  • Being unable to reunite with his family left him psychologically scarred.
  • Francis concludes that this incident psychologically scarred the boy, which caused his academic performance to tank.
  • During the summer of 1968 he was involved in a serious car accident from which he recovered physically but which left him psychologically scarred.
  • The death of her lover leaves Mystique psychologically scarred, and she never truly recovers.
  • She is destitute and psychologically scarred by her love affair with Hamlin before he was caught and convicted.
  • He was spoiled while alive due to his hemophilia and his royal position, and was psychologically scarred by the massacre of his entire family in front of him.
  • The delay caused thousands of Rwandan lives to be lost and mentally and psychologically scarred millions of those who lived the story.
  • Lucy Reubans gained access to the building, at some point in her childhood, and encountered a terrible force, which left her psychologically scarred.
  • Cord resents his father bitterly and is psychologically scarred by the death of a twin brother.
  • In the meantime she got her kicks by indulging her curiosity as to how her psychologically scarred operatives would interact with the real world.
  • Psychologically scarred by the memory of her father's death, Yixin grows up bitter and vengeful, even though she appears docile and sweet outwardly.
  • 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.
  • Piloting the ship is Captain Trantor, a survivor from a famous space disaster that has left her psychologically scarred and unstable.
  • He goes on to characterize members of skeptical organizations as "scientifically inclined, but psychologically scarred."
  • Those they treated were men and women who were subjects of experiments to alter their sexual orientation, women who tried to perform abortions on themselves, and prostitutes psychologically scarred by aversion therapy.
  • Providing the reason that Rob is psychologically scarred.
  • In the spring of 1946, Ivan, an American soldier, returns home psychologically scarred after spending some time in a Japanese prison camp during World War II.
  • O'Reilly claimed Dewes was not ready for Test cricket and that asking him to face the rampant Australians could have psychologically scarred him.
  • Still in shock, Red Star was heavy defeated by Zenit St. Petersburg and was out of the UEFA Cup, which psychologically scarred the team.
  • 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.
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