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Relapsing in a sentence

I’m debating if I’m ready to have a drink without relapsing into my old habits.
The clinical profile of addiction as a chronic relapsing disorder strongly supports.
She was fast relapsing into stupor; nor did her mind again rally: at twelve o’clock that night she died.
It would not of course be really inextricable, for I would extricate myself by the simple process of relapsing into silence.
She was hysterical, and laughed aloud every other minute with no apparent reason—the next moment relapsing into gloom and thoughtfulness.
I'm not hindering them, pani, said the Pole in the wig, with a long look at Grushenka, and relapsing into dignified silence he sucked his pipe again.
The head of Munro had already sunk upon his chest, and he was again fast relapsing into melancholy, when the young Frenchman before named ventured to touch him lightly on the elbow.

Under such absurd management, nothing but the great fertility of the soil, and happiness of the climate, could preserve such countries from soon relapsing into the lowest state of poverty and barbarism.
In the weeks leading up to my father’s death, when my moods were getting really unstable and I was relapsing in my recovery, I called my physician at the Mayo Clinic for advice on what I should try next.
She would dawdle in the bathroom, rolling her cigarettes in perfumed paper, smoking alone, relapsing into her consolatory love as she did when she was young and free in her own house, mistress of her own body.
There are four hundred churches in Rome and its environs; but of what religion are the twenty-seven millions of Italians? With the fewest exceptions the educated and richer classes are fast relapsing into the fashionable indifference.
Already to-day a man, standing on the height of the knowledge of our age, whether he be nominally a Catholic or a Protestant, cannot say that he really believes in the dogmas of the Church: in God being a Trinity, in Christ being God, in the scheme of redemption, and so forth; nor can he satisfy himself by proclaiming his unbelief or skepticism, nor by relapsing into the worship of beauty and egotism.
What was a poor wretch to do, she asked herself with sudden passion, confronted by these shuffling standards that behaved as if they were dancing a quadrille? This was the place in which for years her conscience had been cockered to size and delicacy; and though it had become temporarily tough in Herr Dremmel's company she felt it relapsing with every turn of the wheels more and more into its ancient softness.
They relapsed into silence.
Then she relapsed into silence.
Milverton relapsed into his chair.
Al relapsed into an insulted silence.
She immediately relapsed into silence.
They relapsed into silence for a while.
The court relapsed into silence at once.
He relapsed into silence, then resumed:—.
The prisoner had relapsed into his taciturnity.
The next day the doctors were back; Tom had relapsed.
I'll apologise if you like, he said, and relapsed into gloomy silence.
And he relapsed into silence, vexed at the ineptitude of the second sentence.
The interrupter bowed, smiled, stroked his beard, and relapsed into his chair.
Alcohol dependent subjects who relapsed within 3 months had higher D2/3 receptor.
Kolya looked sternly at the luckless dog, who relapsed again into obedient rigidity.
Then she relapsed into the same mute looking into space, her hands folded on her lap.
He had suddenly relapsed into musing, and had probably not heard the question at all.
Alternatively, the dream suggests that you have relapsed back to your old habits and ways.
With this, Crass went muttering back to the scullery, and the men relapsed into their usual silence.
That was as accurate a summing up of the situation as could be made and Scarlett relapsed into infuriated silence.
I knew that some people within and without the Fellowship were making book on how soon it would be before I relapsed.
The Minion Droid pushed him back across the counter and relapsed into an eerie silence while the barman clambered to his feet.
A red-cheeked prostitute called Joy looked up hopefully at the newcomers, then saw who they were and relapsed into bored indolence.
All our party laughed: "What's the meaning of 'Milovzors'?" But Semyon Yakovlevitch relapsed into silence, and finished his potatoes.
Fasting has been shown to improve both signs and symptoms of RA, but most people have relapsed after the returning to a standard diet.
Ruthie and Winfield tried to play for a while, and then they too relapsed into sullen inactivity, and the rain drummed down on the roof.
Mark Ivanovitch, seeing the uselessness of touching upon the memory of Napoleon, instantly relapsed into kindliness and came to her assistance.
Fanny was silent, and Miss Crawford relapsed into thoughtfulness, till suddenly looking up at the end of a few minutes, she exclaimed, Ah! here he is.
The effort succeeded, for an instant he unconsciously relapsed into his old servile manner, bent low before me, and actually fawned upon me as he replied.
Within a generation from Luther's age the Protestant churches of central Europe had relapsed into Socinianism, when the fervor of the Reformation died away.
In consequence, while all the other roads were able to come through rather difficult times with solvency unimpaired, the New Haven relapsed into trusteeship (for the third time) in 1961.
I immediately called a young lawyer named Eric whom I had befriended at meetings because he was just coming back after having relapsed when his wife filed for divorce and tossed him out of the house.
In the meantime he had relapsed into his stupor; he was obliged to make a tolerably vigorous effort to recall what had been the subject of his thoughts before midnight had struck; he finally succeeded in doing this.
I assure you that if I were to repeat to you the tales which are flying about, tales of mysterious visitors there, and of voices overheard by the servants, you might suspect that Sir John had relapsed into his old ways.
When the first shock was over, when the lodgers had recovered themselves and realized the sort of person their late companion had been, they all subsided, relapsed into silence and began looking distrustfully at one another.
From time to time she smoothed the folds of her dress, and whenever the story produced an effect she glanced at Anna Pávlovna, at once adopted just the expression she saw on the maid of honor’s face, and again relapsed into her radiant smile.
Now that there was an end, they needed other breath, more fit to support the gross and earthly life into which they relapsed, than that atmosphere which the preacher had converted into words of flame, and had burdened with the rich fragrance of his thought.
And Semyon Ivanovitch went on talking in this way at great length about being a poor man, about his sister-in-law and about roubles, and kept repeating the same thing over and over again to impress it on his audience till he got into a regular muddle and relapsed into silence.
In the first place he had been made a deputy; then he became infatuated (father of a family as he was, though horribly bored by the provincial life of Saumur) with a pretty actress at the Theatre de Madame, known as Florine, and he presently relapsed into the old habits of his army.
Not to speak of hostels, leperyards, sweating chambers, plaguegraves, their greatest doctors, the O'Shiels, the O'Hickeys, the O'Lees, have sedulously set down the divers methods by which the sick and the relapsed found again health whether the malady had been the trembling withering or loose boyconnell flux.
Did you have relapses on binge.
After several relapses into business-absorption, Mr.
It is more of a palliative and a preventive of relapses.
Read this post that answers a lot of questions about binge eating relapses.
Why does the effect of meditation wear off? Why do they have relapses and lose their cool, allow things.
It is however, a highly treatable disorder and there are drugs that help people avoid or reduce frequent relapses.
During that long interval Starbuck would ever be apt to fall into open relapses of rebellion against his captain's leadership, unless some ordinary, prudential, circumstantial influences were brought to bear upon him.
My dictionary merely says (1) the quartering, (2) soldiers quartered, and then relapses into irrelevancy; so that it is obvious English people do without the word for the delightful reason that they have not got the thing.
France has her relapses into materialism, and, at certain instants, the ideas which obstruct that sublime brain have no longer anything which recalls French greatness and are of the dimensions of a Missouri or a South Carolina.
Was this desolation but another link in the chain of doom which seemed drawing tight round us? Was it indeed a house of death to which I had come, too late? I know that minutes, even seconds of delay, might mean hours of danger to Lucy, if she had had again one of those frightful relapses, and I went round the house to try if I could find by chance an entry anywhere.

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ONLY WEEKS AFTER THE CONVENTION, my mom suffered a major relapse.
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This is a normal concern and relapse prevention should be included in.
Research suggests that drug relapse is a complex phenomenon moderated by.
Drug-associated cues are a primary trigger for relapse, as they can elicit.
The best way to prevent a lapse or relapse in anxiety disorder symptoms is.
March had had a relapse, and could not think of coming home for a long while.
Relapse can thus be associated with more stressful and psychological symptoms.
Relapse, which is often triggered by exposure to the drug, stress, or to cues.
Interestingly, in humans, relapse to alcohol seeking is commonly associated with.
Then he would count his toes and relapse into acceptance of his fate and his duty.
Research utilizing rodent models of drug relapse has demonstrated that prefrontal.
The shares fail to respond to good news, but relapse at every sign of adverse news.
Now I am clear again, though I dare not think of it too much for fear of a relapse.
However, the relapse group (and for some tests the abstinent group) also had.
Relapse to smoking following a period of cessation appears to be the rule, rather than.
He handed in his resignation at once—and that night the Judge suffered a relapse and died.
Hearing MC, See RE, McGinty JF (2008) Relapse to cocaine-seeking increases activity-regulated.
I meant all I said to you, but I meant too, all I said to myself while I was having the relapse.
They are born with an ill temper and this particular one suffered a relapse shortly after birth.
During that time, you were kept inside – mostly, I would add, because we didn’t want a relapse.
He had returned to society and to his friends, who gladly forgave him his temporary relapse into seclusion.
More than once the agitation into which these reflections threw me made my friends dread a dangerous relapse.
I was convinced that over time we would both come to believe that I was beyond any relapse and we could relax.
The client needs to understand that relapse is a process and an event that has to be dealt with love and concern.
When we left her, Marie used to relapse at once into her old condition, and sit with closed eyes and motionless limbs.
When, however, the freedom ceases the change back or relapse comes quickly, preceded only by a spell of warning silence.
Jonathan still pale and dizzy under a slight relapse of his malady, and now a telegram from Van Helsing, whoever he may be.