I would guess [he either had] PTSD or maybe off his meds
Add a few espressos, a teenage son or daughter, and a customer who is clearly off his meds
, and now a two-hour learning curve for that software becomes the end of the world.
His equilibrium is further worsened by Martine, a one-eyed new resident who has romantic intentions and convinces him to go off his meds
to feel "normal" again.
He has been on and off his meds
because he wants to know who he truly is, so throughout this story readers follow him nine days med-free.
In 2012 he went off his meds
because they made him feel groggy and listless.
A Hitchcockian cast of characters who shift from good to bad, plot twists muddled by a patient off his meds
, and mind games where you aren't ever sure who's winning or losing, keep the reader guessing until the very last chapter.
This time, Galifianakis' insufferable man-child Alan has gone off his meds
and is out of control.
Taleb's] Everest-sized ego gives the book the tone of a brilliant dinner party guest off his meds
In this almost bodice-ripper trilogy, there is, of course, from the very first sent-a-thrill-upmy-arm touch, an air of mystery, a soupcon of menace, a tablespoon of "Good grief girl, don't go there" and a nasty whiff of "This dude is off his meds
His opening press conference after returning from Weber State to replace Petrino had some Hog faithful wondering if he had lost it, was off his meds
, or simply auditioning for a comedy run through the Catskills.
Taylor's mother said that he'd grown up listening to Diddy's music, adding: "He has a long history of mental illness, and he has been off his meds
for a while.
BY NOW WE'VE ALL HEARD a number of analyses of the events in Egypt and the outbreak of revolutionary fervor that is toppling regimes throughout the Arab world: It's a replay of the revolution that overthrew the shah of Iran and installed the Ayatollah Khomeini (say the neocons); it's all a sinister plot to install a Muslim "caliphate" and institute sharia--and socialism--throughout the world (Glenn Beck, off his meds
again); and even that it's a replay of the revolutions of 1848, as Cato Institute analyst Leon Hadar would have it, a time of turmoil in which "the demise of Europe's ruling elites--the traditional protectors of the Jews--was at the core of the great tragedy of European Jews in the modern times.
He's on his meds, he's off his meds
," Woodward quotes US Ambassador Karl Eikenberry as saying, but adds no details.
Nia (Zoe Kravitz); and a recent unwise decision to go off his meds