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Words in the English language have a tendency to jump in and out of fashion with the times. And some, like “obsession,”  which once was used solely in psych wards, become hackneyed with overuse. In essence, we’ve become “obsessed” with it.

 

From the New York Times:

Obsessed? You’re Not Alone

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