Psychology Today Magazine
November 2014

Let It Go!

Let It Go!

By Judith Sills Ph.D.

It can take a radical reboot to get past old hurts and injustices.
A Death by Design

A Death by Design

By Abby Ellin

The mysterious death of fashion designer L’Wren Scott.
Are These Rules Worth Breaking?

Are These Rules Worth Breaking?

By Jena E Pincott

Many people break the rules now and then.
The Past Is Written on Your Face

The Past Is Written on Your Face

By Christine Kenneally

The genetic mystery of one ethnic group illustrates the challenge of tracing one's origins.

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Big Breaks

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Final Analysis: The Narcissist Gives the Eulogy

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Nature's Bounty: The Haul of the Wild

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Eccentric's Corner: The Exchange Artist

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Go Your Own Way

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