Being true to oneself is not for the faint of heart.
Why a little magic is good for you
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How to end things gracefully.
We're all street-corner psychics.
Some surprising, and incendiary, facts about men and women.
Is jury selection art or science?
Men and women deceive themselves about one another in myriad ways and, as it turns out, that's in our keenest interest.
Do you want to change your personality—just a little? Here's how.
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