Psychology Today Magazine
May 2003

Susan Sarandon: Speaking Out

Susan Sarandon: Speaking Out

By Lybi Ma

The actress-slash-activist makes herself heard.
The Price of Success

The Price of Success

By Hara Estroff Marano

For a shocking number of CEOs, getting to the top brings crippling emotional bleakness.
Communicating by Brain Waves

Communicating by Brain Waves

By Jeffrey Winters

Giving voice to patients locked in.
Overcoming Terror

Overcoming Terror

By Philip Zimbardo, Bruce Kluger

Hair Pulling: A Baffling Disorder

Hair Pulling: A Baffling Disorder

By Jennifer Raikes

One woman describes her struggle with trichotillomania, a body-focused disorder that compels one to pull out hair.

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Good Grief: Coping After Loss

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Funny Business

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Natural Help for Antidepressants

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Asthma: Saving Children from Smoke

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Galvanizing Ghosts

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Cracking Under Pressure

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