1. discharge bad feelings or tension through verbalization
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How To Use abreact In A Sentence

  • All those repressed cravings, those quietly unworthy motives, those mean acts which we instinctively thrust into the hiddenness and disguise or forget, must be brought to the surface and, in the language of psychology, "abreacted"; in the language of religion, confessed. The Life of the Spirit and the Life of To-day
  • Age regression was used to explore the perceived cause of symptoms, and abreaction of the associated emotions was encouraged.
  • His manner of blurring distinctions gives us abreaction and comfort.
  • Meg also received abreaction therapy, during which she was given a "truth drug" that forced her to talk without restraint and left her with no memory of what she had said. The asylum experience never leaves you
  • What I was doing was abreacting my childhood attitude of compliance and the bitterness that it engendered in me.
  • During the Vietnam war, conversion disorders were seldom encountered as repressed memories, and abreactive treatments became a quaint historical artifact.
  • Although a second traumatic event may serve as abreaction or a cure for some dissociative amnesic states, this seems unlikely in the event of two severe neurological insults.
  • Through most of the two hours, Ann remembered and abreacted until the memories had no further power to torment her.
  • Oedema patient pass water is little, if be in first when serve as beverage with ormosia Bao soup, morrow swollen situation can drop, take 67 days repeatedly, the likelihood is completely abreaction.
  • The process of releasing or abreacting the effects of a trauma is key: That process often leads to panic and a nervous breakdown.
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