Psychology Today Magazine
July 1999

A Creative Dialogue

A Creative Dialogue

By PT Staff

Two of the world's leading experts on creativity debate the myths that surround this mysterious process. Do we all have the ability or is it reserved for only the few?
He Said, She Said

He Said, She Said

By Jeff Howe

Telling tall tales about your partner can improve the way you think about relationships.

The Power of Play

By Hara Estroff Marano

Having fun is no trivial pursuit.

Must You Forgive?

By Jeanne Safer

Sometimes its healthier not to forgive.

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