Subject to psychological therapy.‘you don't need to therapize or fix each other’
- ‘Everyone I know in New York is therapized and I do not know whether that is a good thing.’
- ‘As a neurotic, bespectacled, highly therapized Jewish filmmaker from New York, Keith Black has more than a few things in common with his idol Woody Allen - except for one.’
- ‘So needless to say this has not only been a way for me to therapize myself by blogging, it's also been a lesson in putting together an on-line work of art!’
- ‘On the one hand, a study found that 75% of therapized couples report a relationship upgrade; however, other research (particularly the late Neil Jacobson's) suggests that benefits fade over time.’
We take a look at several popular, though confusing, punctuation marks.