However, reminiscence interventions, which focus on reviewing episodes from one’s past and integrating them into a more positive mindset, also had a small positive effect, even though it is anti-mindful.
In truth, most of the discussion was dominated by reminiscences and expressions of mutual appreciation, sure signs that the feeling of family we see onscreen is something that has taken hold off screen, as well.
Anecdotes, reminiscences and pointers for would-be mystery writers abound throughout “Howdunit.”
So when I saw the announcement Tuesday that the pizza giant was debuting its very own Detroit-style pizza, I was optimistic that the offering would bridge my nostalgic reminiscence with a favorite new-to-me trend.
Her book, “Trieste and the Meaning of Nowhere” is 188 pages of geography, philosophy, Napoleonic history, Jewish history, maritime history, vintage gossip of the bourgeoisie, personal reminiscence and self-reflection.
A scene about Townsend will slip into a reminiscence about his childhood, or a forecasting of his death.
Inevitably, poor Kate is getting binders full of advice and motherly reminiscence.
The photo-sharing app that was recently sold to Facebook for a billion dollars (yes, with a “b”) also peddles in reminiscence.
When a reminiscence got going in the Back Trace, nights, it worked like a freestyle morphine jazz.
Elimination is your watchword, whether chucking 20th century memorabilia or relationships hinged on reminiscence.
A child's preference for the mother's singing is, perhaps, a half reminiscence of the soft-low tones of the lullaby.
She had taken off her glove now, and her palm left on his a reminiscence of Peau d'Espagne.
Here is one among many; it is a reminiscence of my visit in a country seat not far from Edinburgh.
He was engaged in telling some bit of pioneer reminiscence—something broadly pleasant.
A strange smile shot into Crozier's face, and the dark passion of reminiscence fled from his eyes.
On this page you'll find 34 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reminiscence, such as: anecdote, recollection, remembrance, chronicle, memoirs, and memory.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.