emotional outlet

emotional outlet

Any venue used to relieve psychologic stress–eg, strenuous exercise, vigorous sexual activity, video games, etc
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So a game about cartoon Italian people created by the Japanese designer Shigeru Miyamoto has become an emotional outlet for actual Italian people.
Garcia began writing over the past year as an emotional outlet to help in the healing process after losing her fourth children in a premature birth.
WHEN CHRIS KELLY started writing Other People, it began more as an exercise than an emotional outlet, After years penning sketches for shows like Saturday Night Live and Broad City, he needed to know if he could draft a feature-length film script.
Traditional" comics (featuring superheroes or other nonmedical topics) that contain medical themes can be used to mediate the effects of illness for those who require an emotional outlet.
More than being an emotional outlet, Santos said the program would help the foundation and the DOH-TRC with a comparative study of patients' behaviors before and after art therapy.
I just started drawing as an emotional outlet about six years ago," he said.
Unveiling ceremonies provided an important emotional outlet for the bereft.
Tila Tequila was highly disturbed by her family tiffs and to have an emotional outlet she wrote poems.
I use it as a catharsis,'' he said of the art, describing it as a type of emotional outlet for anything in his life.
He also spoke about his motivation as an artist stating that his art, whether through painting or music, is his emotional outlet.