Medicating Quotes

Collection of top 13 famous quotes about Medicating

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Medicating Quotes By William The Silent: Farewell count without a head Farewell count without a head William The Silent
Medicating Quotes By Axwell: Underground dance music - in the nicest way Underground dance music - in the nicest way possible - it's amateur — Axwell
Medicating Quotes By Mpho Koaho: I don't know if there is any specific I don't know if there is any specific way to handle emotional pain. Loved ones, music, and self-medicating seem to help me. — Mpho Koaho
Medicating Quotes By Avijeet Das: Calmness of mind helps us reach the pinnacles Calmness of mind helps us reach the pinnacles of success! — Avijeet Das
Medicating Quotes By Pam Godwin: He wasn't an addict. He was a self-medicating He wasn't an addict. He was a self-medicating nut job. — Pam Godwin
Medicating Quotes By Paul Valery: History is the science of what never happens History is the science of what never happens twice. — Paul Valery
Medicating Quotes By Aung San Suu Kyi: There is nothing to be gained by being There is nothing to be gained by being unnecessarily nasty. Violence begets violence. — Aung San Suu Kyi
Medicating Quotes By William Faulkner: Once a bitch always a bitch, what I Once a bitch always a bitch, what I say. — William Faulkner
Medicating Quotes By Anthony Horowitz: I'm not good at the modern world. I'm not good at the modern world. — Anthony Horowitz
Medicating Quotes By Hugh Howey: You die a little inside every time you You die a little inside every time you have joyless sex. Neurons prune back. The good in there withers. And some things never grow back. — Hugh Howey
Medicating Quotes By James Patterson: All genders?' whispered Nudge. 'Aren't there just the All genders?' whispered Nudge. 'Aren't there just the two'
I shrugged. 'No idea. Maybe they've created others. — James Patterson
Medicating Quotes By Abiola Abrams: Dishonoring what we feel is an epidemic that Dishonoring what we feel is an epidemic that has us self-medicating as a culture and trying to numb ourselves. — Abiola Abrams