Psychology Today Magazine
May 2015

The Voice of Reason

The Voice of Reason

By Pamela Weintraub

Everyone engages in self-talk. But much depends on the way we do it.
Who Cares About Character?

Who Cares About Character?

By Kaja Perina

Two books offer antidotes to the culture of self-promotion.
Turning Back Time

Turning Back Time

By Diane Cole

A diverse group is rebelling against inevitability and saving what we value most deeply.
The Blistering Break-Up

The Blistering Break-Up

By Lisa A. Phillips

Why romantic rejection is more crushing for some and how to ease the pain

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The Empathy Trap

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What The Elite Won’t Talk About

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The Meaning of Maturity

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Young Adults, Same Old

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Don’t Fear the Reaper

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Look at the Big Picture

By Meghan Pryce

Q&A with Susan Neiman

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Wisdom of the Ages

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You Can Cry If You Want To

By Jamie Downey

Growing Into Yourself

By Bailey Wolff

Once in a Lifetime

By PT Staff