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Synonyms for depersonalize

make impersonal or present as an object

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A series of specific stress management areas are specifically addressed including boundary setting, depersonalizing, diet, expectations, fear, grieving, rules, socializing, "playing the victim", and more.
Since everybody else is depersonalizing shopping, retailers that put the personal back in will be greatly rewarded," explains Danziger.
Just as the individuals in the drawings have been liberated from the situational happenstance of the snapshot only to be subsumed within the equalizing serial form, the family members in the video are granted individual identities within the group by virtue of their cultural difference, but the random distribution of generic ethnic attributes also has the effect of depersonalizing them altogether.
This transmogrification, which some mistake as emancipation, takes place through processes that are neither liberating or enriching, but depersonalizing, enslaving, self-destructive, preposterous, alienating, isolating, reductionistic.
Though he and de Bankole avoid turning Otomo into an all-out hero or victim, pic's message ends up depersonalizing him just the same.
Brown sees court etiquette as effectively and deliberately depersonalizing the king.
As technology has vastly expanded the range and ease of information access, it has done so at the expense of depersonalizing the process.
It could be seen as dehumanizing and depersonalizing to laid-off employees.
But that isn't easy, especially because driving itself can be depersonalizing.