emotional outlet

emotional outlet

Any venue used to relieve psychologic stress–eg, strenuous exercise, vigorous sexual activity, video games, etc
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Music is important to all of us, and in some way, music provides an emotional outlet that sometimes family, and friends cannot provide.
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.
Following natural disasters, play becomes even more critical as it creates a sense of normalcy and provides an emotional outlet for kids.
He also spoke about his motivation as an artist stating that his art, whether through painting or music, is his emotional outlet.
I realized it was because I wasn't writing music to share with people, it was an emotional outlet and I wasn't focusing much on the craft.
The factor analysis of these strategies grouped them into five coping strategy factors (denial, internalization, externalization, emotional outlet and anger).
I feel you're expending all this energy worrying over your son because you have no other emotional outlet.
I find it a great emotional outlet as we well as an incredible amount of fun," she said.
Man has always found a creative and emotional outlet in writing verse.
Knew he needed an emotional outlet, that he felt a strong desire to do something and struggled with what direction to lead him.