overemotional


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excessively or abnormally emotional

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The relationship between children's behavioral and emotional problems and parental mental illness may be partially explained by the fact that mentally ill parents tend to be emotionally unavailable to their children, are often overemotional, and are more apt to use authoritarian parenting practices (Avison 1999).
He gave an impression of being tragic, pathetic and tremendously overemotional.
Being a posh actor in England, you cannot escape the class-typing from whatever side you look at it" Old Harrovian actor Benedict Cumberbatch "Margaret Thatcher was never in my experience the half-hysterical, overemotional, over-acting woman portrayed by Meryl Streep" Tory peer Lord Tebbit on The Iron Lady
It is no good pretending that you don't care for a close one, when your overemotional state is proving otherwise.
To find out more 0901 6093154 GEMINI (May 22-June 21) It is no good pretending that you don''t care for a close one, when your overemotional state is proving otherwise.
But the Big Top dining experience didn't go well for the absurdly overemotional Jackie, whose artery-clogging curry of doom was roundly denounced as vile.
Yonit Galon explained in Englishthe natural lingua franca here, as most of the judges were Americanthat she would be singing "desert songs" and proceeded with a set of sinuous, distinctly overemotional Middle Eastern love ballads.
You must be careful that you don't say or do something you'll regret, as a romantic and somewhat overemotional mood sees you turning to people you wouldn't normally trust.
Blurry vision, a need for sleep, lack of energy and feeling overemotional are all symptoms of this state.
I think I was a bit almost overemotional when I spoke and said the Breeders' Cup Classic was the perfect sendoff," Moss said from his owner's box at Santa Anita.
Your element of water is making it hard for you not to get overemotional about a matter; you actually hold the upper hand in.
48) Yet Carter points out that the play's sentimentalism attaches most often to the figure of the Hermit, whose high-flown rhetoric should be read as a feature of his overemotional personality, not necessarily a component of Hansberry's own "sound, philosophically based affirmation.
Crying, though, might not be perceived as a sign of weakness if the candidate displays only a moderate degree of emotion, and has not been overemotional in the past.
But I have a choice in how I look at it and if I come from gratitude, and if I allow myself to feel it and I'm not afraid of my emotions - if I'm not afraid of the stigma we get by society's saying, Oh, she's overemotional, he's overemotional.