Psychology Today Magazine
July 2010

The New Quitter

The New Quitter

By Kat McGowan

Relapse is the best teacher on the road to recovery.
Relative Happiness

Relative Happiness

By Amy Rosenberg

How to cultivate your own clan.
Siblings 3 photo

Oh, Brother!

By Hara Estroff Marano

Siblings are born to compete for parental attention.

I Coulda Been a Contender

By Abby Ellin

Make peace with your accomplishments.

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Mind Your Body: Dance Yourself Happy

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Case Study: Waiting To Inhale

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Sleep: Facing Up To Fatigue

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Language: Profane Brain

By Emily Anthes

Recipe: Beyond the Salt Mines

By Hara Estroff Marano

Cognition: Not-So-Simple Pleasures

By Matthew Hutson

Outside In: The Color of Introversion

By Jorge S. Arango

Insights: News

By Matthew Hutson, Laura Janecka, Lauren Gerber

Nature's Bounty: The Roast With the Most

By Laura Janecka

Keen Cuisine: New Barbs for Carbs

By Hara Estroff Marano

How To: Think Like a Kid

By Laura Janecka

Headcase: Tune In, Tune Out

By Matthew Hutson

Final Analysis: Noseless Man Sniffs Out Conspiracy

By A.J. Jacobs

Field Guide to the Snoop: Peek Hours

By Sushma Subramanian

Q & A: Maverick Messenger

By Hara Estroff Marano

PT Bookshelf: The Skim

By Avigail Gordon

What Would Freud Watch?

By PT Staff

Ulterior Motives: Just Don't Do It

By Art Markman phd

Diagnosis: Shingles - Eye of the Storm

By Lauren Gerber

Beauty Treatment: Friendly Faces

By Lauren Gerber

Two-Minute Memoir: Nice to Meet You, Let's Go to Therapy

By Sascha Rothchild

Advice: Call Waiting, and Waiting

By Hara Estroff Marano

Advice: My Sister's Keeper

By Hara Estroff Marano