July 2018

Psychology Today Magazine
July 2018

The Moments That Make Us Who We Are

Character's Turn

By Hara Estroff Marano, Anna Yusim M.D.

Life provides turning points of many kinds, but the most powerful of all may be character-revealing moments.
What Your Space Says About You

Place Value

By Sara Eckel

Possessions are tied to identity in ways we may not appreciate until we try to purge them from our lives.
The Murder-Suicide Mission

Journey to Purgatory

By Patrick Flanary

Adrian Loya staged a baroquely premeditated murder to exact revenge for an assault that did not, in fact, occur.
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From Loss to Love

By Steven C. Hayes Ph.D.

If you open up to the pain of loss, you can find joy.

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Supplemental Science: Zzzz-Zinc

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Convince Me

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A Recipe for BS

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The Weight of White Lies

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Open to Change

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