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Fundamentally though, arguing the science with you was pointless and ultimately a manic and cathartic exercise.
Watching the two go at each other may be cathartic for some, but it shouldn't be confused with movie art.
Maybe it wasn't the best therapy, but it was cathartic.
From the start, the movie lays the groundwork for a cathartic payoff.
The addiction memoir can fulfill the same cathartic function as the horror movie.
It went on for more than two hours, and the family members found it cathartic.
Joyous and cathartic and, in some places, violent celebration.
Yes, daily down time and date nights are cathartic and healthy.
But some communing around flames is, compared with what has gone before, positively cathartic.
The former is the victorious and cathartic outcome of a chase.
Proponents say they can offer a cathartic experience, helping to relieve stress and hostility in socially acceptable ways.
The citrate salt of the element magnesium with cathartic activity.

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