psychic energy

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Eating healthy, nutritious foods and exercising regularly will give you more physical and psychological energy.
On top of this, nursing not only takes your mental and physical energy, it also takes your emotional and psychological energy.
Hetherington (1991) hypothesized that lesbian, gay, and bisexual (LGB) adolescents may experience a "bottleneck effect" in career development because of internal psychological energy focusing on issues surrounding sexual identity.
Active learning places more emphasis on students' exploration of their own attitudes and values and requires both physical and psychological energy.
The reason is that in a healthy system, people spend little time or psychological energy thinking about constraints--they are part of a system's culture, something that can be taken for granted.
When you play and spend a lot of psychological energy in the Champions League it is not easy to play from the start and play well," he said.
He said: 'When you spend a lot of psychological energy in the Champions League it is not easy to play from the start and play well.
One theory was that they had expended so much psychological energy on their defining pool match against South Africa.
Form can be transitory in the best of players, especially one who has expended so much honest sweat and psychological energy in the cause.
They appease hunger and boost physical and/or psychological energy between meals, or replace them altogether.
But the greater loss is the squandered political capital, the wasted psychological energy, devoted to the moribund plant's survival.
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