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    Cool Dosed up on therapy

    Please, what is the meaning of "dosed up on therapy" in the following paragraph:

    "Terrified of sheep and dosed up on therapy, Henry Oldfield returns to his family’s farm to sell out to his older brother Angus."

    Has it any connexion with his fear of sheep? Does it mean he sedates himself by therapy prescription? It seems to mean that but not qite sure.

    Here, does "sell out" mean to sell to his brother his part of the farm?

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    Re: Dosed up on therapy

    He is frightened of sheep.
    He has been having a great deal of psychotherapy.
    Yes, he is going to sell his share of the farm to his brother.

    There is no apparent connection between his fear of sheep and his psychotherapy, but more context is needed to be sure! I think it is a humorous passage saying he doesn't like country life.

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