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Too much packaging of mental health stories could also seem heavy-handed or preachy.
The moms accuse me of being too preachy and not loving my children.
And Betty isnt so preachy as she was when we weeded dandelions on your lawn, commented Ruth.
GIRL SCOUTS AT DANDELION CAMPLILLIAN ELIZABETH ROY
They do to-day—only we make a fuss about it and get preachy.
Oh, you are so preachy, you are so good-natured, you believe all the prim things that grown people say!
BETTY LEICESTERSARAH ORNE JEWETT
A clever story, not a bit preachy, but with much influence for right living in evidence throughout.
IRMA IN ITALYHELEN LEAH REED
The Walls of Jericho being a long, preachy and rather foolish tirade against a game of cards, my apparent digression is necessary.
Viewed from the standpoint of one immune from the bridge germ, it is a dull and preachy succession of platitudes.
You will think me very preachy-preachy, and, perhaps, you will throw me in the fire unread; but I must say just one word more.
Although they wore clerical garb they were not in the least "preachy."
KENT KNOWLES: QUAHAUGJOSEPH C. LINCOLN

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