"Revenge can feel really good in the moment," he says, "but when we follow up with people five minutes, 10 minutes and 45 minutes later, they actually report feeling worse than they did before they sought revenge
When they'd broken up, he'd sought revenge
by using his skills as a computer programmer to recreate her in a computer game, which let anyone in the world imagine sex with her.
Three Canadian teams were headed in the right direction, while the Toronto Maple Leafs sought revenge
in the second half of a home-and-home series against the Red Wings in Detroit.
Paul Aiton (above) touched down twice as Trinity sought revenge
for last Friday's 20-18 defeat at Headingley.
The married mother of three was branded a "cold and calculating" woman who had sought revenge
SOME people still haven't realised that by attacking Iraq, half the Muslim population of the world was enraged and sought revenge
on both the perpetrators and their supporters.
The sexy actress played killer The Bride - who sought revenge
after her husband was murdered by her former gang of assassins - in the first two films of the series.
3 : a chance for getting satisfaction <The team sought revenge
through a rematch.>
But Mr Askins sought revenge
by posting his story on the video website YouTube.
A driver apparently sought revenge
on a speed camera by crashing into it, writing his car off in the process.
As the story comes to a close, it is revealed how the infant Celanire was used as a sacrifice, and demonic spirits that entered her lifeless body sought revenge
. With these revelations, her life begins to take a different course.
He said: "I have never sought revenge
. I seek justice and truth."
Those two politicians were so blind with anger they sought revenge
without considering in the slightest the sufferings of others.
Spurned or jealous lovers, in keeping with concepts of masculine honor, frequently sought revenge
against each other and against their hostess.
She may have been helpless on that fateful night, but the young widow sought revenge
in the courts.