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Psychology Today Magazine May 2017

Psychology Today Magazine
May 2017

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People are striving to manage the Trump-related rifts in their relationships.

Strange Fruit

A berry from West Africa makes sweetness a true tongue twister.

I Want to Believe

Where we stand in heated debates isn't always where we'd like to stand.

Screen Grab

Racking up hours on devices doesn't always point to problems for teens.

Smooth Criminals

The perfect crime may be the one that dazzles with its craftiness.

What Can I Do?

Global warming seems more like a moral issue if we feel we can fight it.

Help Found

Requesting aid can be awkward, but so is refusing it.