psychoanalyze


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The aim is to help people overcome obstacles in their lives, not psychoanalyze their past.
I think it's always a little dangerous to psychoanalyze authors who have been dead for several centuries.
You don't have to psychoanalyze or patronize people to conclude that we have problems.
No attempts are made to "interpret" Adorno's dreams, or force a connection between them and the events of his life, or to psychoanalyze them.
Though she met the same temptations her predecessors did to speculate, psychoanalyze, and judge, Rowley stays close to her sources and withholds her own verdicts.
Secondly, this study might create controversy among literary critics of drama because Bower tries to psychoanalyze or at least apply psychoanalytic concepts to fictive characters.
This is tantamount to asking the subjects to psychoanalyze themselves.
And though I am here to praise my father and not to psychoanalyze him, I believe that my praise of him would be weaker and thinner than it need be and should be without at least a mention of the fact that he was a man to whom neither emotional ease nor psychic calm came effortlessly or often.
Mullins, has told the Globe that he has no specialized training in psychoanalysis, even though he did psychoanalyze Geoghan and cleared him to return to work.
Since we can't psychoanalyze Ford, Baldwin's speculations must suffice.
In discussing the more delicate aspects of Vladimir Ilich's personal life -- such as his partial Jewish origins (through his maternal grandfather), his alleged love affair with Inessa Armand, the often strained relations with his wife Nadezhda Krupskaya and his sisters Anna and Maria, and certain details of his health history (including both the series of ultimately fatal strokes and the possible complicating factor of syphilis), Service wisely avoids the temptation to psychoanalyze.
One can forgive the author her many repetitions of fact and tendency to psychoanalyze Dolly.
I can't psychoanalyze the North Koreans and the public statements they make.
The authors have avoided the trap of trying to divine Saddam Hussein's intentions or attempting to psychoanalyze him by remote control, pitfalls that have snared other recent assessments of Iraq.
We don't want to psychoanalyze this; we just want to report it as it is.