November 2019 magazine cover

Psychology Today Magazine
November 2019

The Power of Boundaries

The Power of Boundaries

By Sara Eckel

Sharing personal information brings people closer together. But how do you know when you’ve gone too far—or when someone else has ulterior motives?
The Quest to Cure PTSD

The Quest to Cure PTSD

By Carl Sherman

For many with posttraumatic stress, relief is elusive. But novel therapies are emerging. It may soon be possible to stop PTSD before it starts.
How to Brand Yourself the Right Way

Perfect Exposure

By Jena E Pincott

There’s a right way and a wrong way to promote yourself online.
Lust for Life

Lust for Life

By Kenneth Carter Ph.D.

Those who crave risk or novelty respond to fear differently from others. They see stressors as challenges to master, not threats that can crush them.

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Supplemental Science: From Fear To Guts

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Nature's Bounty: Feeding the Soul

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Eccentric's Corner: Poking Fun at AI

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Quick to Label

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Old Habits Die Hard

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American Woman

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The “Emotional Victim” Bias

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The Evolution of Hygiene

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Embellish  the  Details!

By Kieran McLean

Guess Again

By Matt Huston

Better Than Lying

By Elizabeth Zakaim

The Best Use of a Good Mood

By A M Hammond

Another Reason to Say “Thanks”

By Dinsa Sachan

Unwanted Images

By Laura Entis