In the months that follow, there are a number of conflict themes to eliminate in this case as well, due to repressed frustration (Emvita[R] 10), a stress and overtaxing symptomatology (Emvita[R] 6), severe inner drivenness
and restlessness (Emvita[R] 22).
Meditation ought to decrease the drivenness
[sic] of our lives, not make it worse" (p.
2013) explained that six different significant factors namely efficiency, entertainment, community drivenness
, privacy, user friendliness, efficiency and navigability were identified to be significant for the service quality of social networking websites.
I had worked hard to achieve admission, naming what I now know to be a full-blown propensity toward anxiety about my worth as drivenness
and harnessing it into academic accomplishment and dedication.
Doty rejects that distinction because it leads to a life entirely divorced from God and from morals that results in a drivenness
for profit and a disinterest in helping others.
This structure of drivenness
characterizes officer Miguel Masso's shooting of Blueford.
But the gift of James Jones was not for style--it was for the slow steady building of narrative, character, and theme, the narrative drivenness
that creates a world for the reader to inhabit.
Coe (200) writes, "What is most laudable in our students' proficiency may in fact be a maniacal drivenness
and overcompensation due to deep-seated feelings of inadequacy, anxiety, hurt, and loneliness" (p.
They defined workaholism as high work involvement and drivenness
(due to inner pressures) and low enjoyment of work.
There is a certain drivenness
that impels engagement, a drivenness
that emanates from the Spirit.
Sensitivity, intensity, drivenness
(Lovecky, 1992), and developmental asynchrony (Silverman, 1997), rather than disability or pathology or a "bad attitude," may actually be at the root of behavior problems.
In this incarnation the flow is their self-interested drivenness
to create, protect, feed, love, possess, as well as to destroy.