Psychology Today Magazine
May 1999

Drawing Boundaries

Drawing Boundaries

By Deborah A. Lott

Some of the pitfalls in the relationship between client and therapist.
Dancing With Devils

Dancing With Devils

By Anastasia Toufexis

A renowned forensic psychiatrist on spotting psychopaths.
The Perfect Trap

The Perfect Trap

By Monica Ramirez Basco

Giving up the unattainable.

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Thrills & Chills

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"I Hurt All Over"

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Wages: Sharing the Wealth

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The Body's Bottled Messages

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Got Milk?

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Read the Label

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Coping With Cancer

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The Joys of Soy

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The Looking Glass Effect

By Peter Haugen

Drink to Your Health

By Camille Chatterjee

The Stirring Sound of Stress

By Jeff Howe

The New Pawn Shop

By John Erhlich

Mob Psychology

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Mean Streets

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Born Athletes

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Fertile Fathers

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Not-so-Friendly Faces

By Michelle Gallagher

Stress Is Back

By Richard Firshein