How to use Self-destructive in a sentence

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  • An acquaintance reports " She simply led a very self-destructive life.

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  • From our perspective, apparently self-destructive behavior is usually in reality a survival mechanism.

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  • While taking some risks and the ability to think for yourself is part of growing up, teens who gravitate toward self-destructive behavior often end up feeling on edge and out of control.

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  • Borderline personality disorder-A mental disorder characterized by mood swings, unstable interpersonal relationships, poor self-image, and self-destructive and impulsive behaviors.

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  • Addiction describes a self-destructive situation.

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  • How do you keep the self-destructive child from impaling himself on an entirely inoffensive stick, or burning himself in the fire?

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  • And Geoffrey Towers as Reuben manages to become more likeable the more miserable and self-destructive he gets.

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  • His actions when fighting for his country in Italy might appear courageous, but they're shown to be foolhardy and ultimately self-destructive.

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  • Despite their sometimes self-destructive impulses in 2004 The Vines are back, stronger and more focussed than ever.

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  • Often it's almost self-destructive to say, ' Don't think of me so highly.

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  • Once past an optimum level, it becomes self-destructive.

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  • It is a self-destructive dualism, a confessedly one-sided monism, agnostic as to the fundamental problem.

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  • They view the opposition by others to the actions of their country as treason, or at least, inexplicably self-destructive.

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  • At worse they are at risk for self-destructive behavior including suicide.

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  • Nevertheless it aids eradication of a species ' self-destructive tendencies, which might mean wiping out the civilization.

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  • A neglected bird will engage in self-destructive behavior, like plucking its own feathers out or making lots of noise.

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  • Until recently self-destructive habits on the rugby pitch were as Gallic as Perrier and perfume.

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  • Unable to break free from his self-destructive nature, Rochester inevitably spirals into the pits of despair.

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  • It may take a generation, but we must question our self-destructive streak.

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  • His actions when fighting for his country in Italy might appear courageous, but they 're shown to be foolhardy and ultimately self-destructive.

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  • An acquaintance reports She simply led a very self-destructive life.

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  • Often it 's almost self-destructive to say, ' Do n't think of me so highly.

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  • There is also a therapeutic aspect to these programs, which involves talking about self-destructive behavior and the emotional issues facing the troubled teen.

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  • They are prone to sudden and extreme mood changes, stormy relationships, unpredictable and often self-destructive behavior.

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  • However, people with high functioning autism have an IQ in the normal range and may display none of the compulsive or self-destructive behavior often seen in low-functioning autism.

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