psychologically in a sentence

Coping with the death of a pet is often psychologically difficult.

Thomas wasn’t sufficiently psychologically prepared to deal with his illness.

Marijuana is not physically addictive, but like anything, it can be psychologically addictive.

H. Overstreet once said that to hate and to fear is to be psychologically ill.

In a recent study, 74% of Americans stated that they were psychologically prepared for proof of the existence of life on other planets.

Barbara De Angelis once remarked that what allows us, as human beings, to psychologically survive life on Earth, with all of its pain, drama, and challenges, is a sense of purpose and meaning.

But psychologically, Maze noted $6 just doesn’t have the same ring as $5.

The S&P 500 ended within 5 points of the psychologically key 2,000 level.

801078 “The social stigma Oscar will face could be very psychologically traumatic.

But he does think it’s psychologically important for Greece and the rest of Europe.

He has been made to suffer physically and psychologically, and for that there is no excuse.

psychologically, we crave things that are habits, and feel deprived when they aren’t there.

But sometimes they are unable to fix that problem and they run into trouble psychologically.

It’s important to understand their motivation and where they are psychologically, Eaves said.

But the things they see and do affect them psychologically – sometimes with unpredictable results.

Said Jones, “Anytime there’s an event of this nature in a community it’s devastating psychologically.

I think psychologically it would have been much more damaging to wait all that time and then lose it.

“I don’t think anybody really understands how psychologically draining those things are,” Schmid said.

“The game would have been good both as a statement and for the players psychologically – for everyone.