If I may say so, you need to get past this issue that is sapping your energy and demoralizing your followers.
For these students, who are used to feeling like second-class citizens, going to school in portables is demoralizing.
Rather, human trafficking, like slavery in the past, is a way of demoralizing the conquered.
Former felons who have struggled to regain their voting privileges said the process is exhausting and demoralizing.
The results of such widespread lack of curiosity or interest in knowledge are as demoralizing as they are predictable.
It is terrible to see how demoralizing our contact is to all sorts and conditions of men.
Play or rest when we ought to be at work is weakening and demoralizing.
The effect would be demoralizing to the troops and injurious to their health.
Practices the most dishonest and demoralizing were winked at or excused.
That a whole carload of whisky had been seized bred a demoralizing thirst.