While Freud's legacy and her family's analytic obsessiveness
constrict her every move, Ellen remains freethinking, especially in her arguably modern attitude toward sex.
The objective in life, especially in consumer-crazed obsessiveness
, has to be simplification.
Nonetheless, Tsutsui's fabulously morbid sense of humor, his obsessiveness
and his wit make this collection sufficiently entertaining and disturbing to warrant our attention, especially today when the world as we know it has indeed tilted into the fantastical.
Yet even when Moore goes to the total-immersion world of Suffolk's peaceful Kentwell Hall, where an entire Tudor community is recreated each year and in which he is given the task of being chamberlain to the noble household in 1578, he writes about his own multiple humiliations and the gamesmanship and obsessiveness
of his fellow 'experimental archaeologists' rather than contemplating the worth of what they are doing.
It shows an obsessiveness
about her and a possessiveness about her.
of neurotic obsessiveness
concerning how to control, if not subjugate, women's allegedly excessive sexuality.
, anxiety, and depression can shadow even the sunniest of lives, but into Roget's life much rain did fall.
In the period following initiation of treatment with levetiracetam, one of the newer anticonvulsant medications, this individual experienced the onset of symptoms of obsessiveness
She said: "I think the thing about entrepreneurs is that there's a certain obsessiveness
Not one to be seduced by the lure of audience-baiting histrionics, her Florence is a simmering kettle of confusion and wobbly self-esteem that makes her obsessiveness
more of an understandable buoy of comfort than an irritant.
Dorian is played by David Gallagher (TV's "7th Heaven"), and Roy films him with an obsessiveness
that smacks more of directorial voyeurism than character-based narcissism.
This is one case where her obsessiveness
loses itself in the work rather than subverts it through showmanship.