What Does It Mean to Have a Personality Disorder?

Have you ever noticed a concerning trend in your relationships at work, with friends, and with family? Here's one way to think about what you might be bringing to the problem.

What Should You Do When You Don't Trust Your Therapist?

What's the right thing to do if you've started therapy, but you're not sure you feel a connection to your psychologist? Here's a tip that could get the treatment back on track.

What To Do When Someone You Love Votes For Someone You Hate

America's political landscape is deeply divided, and sometimes our families and friendships are, too. Here's how to talk to people whose political opinions you can't understand.

Old Selves and New

Ever feel like one type of person in some relationships, and a completely different one in others? Here's how psychotherapy uses this phenomenon to bring about change and insight.

What You Should Be Thinking When You Argue With Your Partner

Do you argue with your partner often? A little self-awareness can go a long way.

A Time to Decide

For the first time in their lives, today's young adults are making big decisions when there are no do-overs.

When a Death in the Family Takes Over Your Life

We all feel awful in the weeks and months after the death of someone close. But what can you do if the grief goes on and on, and you can't stop thinking about the person you lost?

Narcissistic or Not?

The entire millennial generation has been criticized as narcissistic and entitled. Can this really be true?
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Therapy Is Not Just for the Middle Class

Is it true that some people are too poor, or too rich, to benefit from psychotherapy? Or do Americans from all points on the spectrum suffer in similar ways?