Psychology Today Magazine
May 1997

Making Sense of Mania and Depression

Making Sense of Mania and Depression

By Peter C. Whybrow

Two personal tales of the fight against mental illness.
What I've Learned From A.D.D

What I've Learned From A.D.D

By Edward M. Hallowell

Understanding what ADD is.
Out of the Shadows

Out of the Shadows

By John Ratey, Catherine Johnson

A leading psychiatrist contends that many of the problems we've always blamed on character flaws may be due to mild versions of full-blown mental disorders.
The Truth About Lying

The Truth About Lying

By Allison Kornet

We tell the biggest lies to those we love most.

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When Less is More

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Pumping up Your Attitude

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Dispatches of Despair

By Jessica Rothchild

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Opening the Black Box

By Jill Neimark

What I Forgot Over Summer Vacation

By Lisa Tolin

Lessons From a Gay Marriage

By Marian Jones

Is Pregnancy a Suicide Shield?

By Dinha Kaplan

Soul in the Raw

By Michael Ventura

Caveman Diet

By PT Staff