Psychology Today Magazine
March 2001

Self-Help: Shattering the Myths

Self-Help: Shattering the Myths

By Annie Murphy Paul

Why most self-help advice isn't very helpful.
The Binds that Tie—and Heal

The Binds that Tie—and Heal

By Herbert Gravitz

Families may not cause mental illness, but they can affect the outcome.
Memory's Future

Memory's Future

By PT Staff

Ashley Judd

Ashley Judd

By Michael Seeber

Ashley Judd's new movie shows that capriciously applied science is no cure for the real complexities of human relationships.

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