Psychology Today Magazine
November 2009

Everyday Creativity

Everyday Creativity

By Carlin Flora

How to start living creatively and reap the benefits.
The Nightmare Files

The Nightmare Files

By John Cline Ph.D.

A sleep psychologist logs his strangest cases of midnight maladies.

What Is Normal?

By Peter Kramer

Many people with diagnosable mental conditions are forging their own original takes on what's normal.

10 Ways to Perk Up Your Relationship

By Darby Saxbe Ph.D.

Why successful couples forget about avoiding the negative and focus instead on maximizing the positive.

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