Psychology Today Magazine
July 2014

Love & Lust

Love & Lust

By Virginia Rutter Ph.D

Who says marriage is where desire goes to die?
Parents Just Don't Understand

Parents Just Don't Understand

By Nick Friedman

Parents may be among the worst judges of their kids
Super Survival of the Fittest

Super Survival of the Fittest

By David B. Feldman Ph.D, Lee Daniel Kravetz

How some people turn tragedy into success
Child.ol'.a.try

Child.ol'.a.try

By John Gartner Ph.D.

Parenthood today kills sex
Partners in Crime

Partners in Crime

By Katherine Ramsland

Some killers love company.

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