Psychology Today Magazine May 2017

Psychology Today Magazine
May 2017

How to Handle the Most Toxic People in Your Life

Poison People

By Katherine Schreiber

They demean and deflate you—and they think you're the problem. Here's a guide to surviving toxic times.
A Radical New Approach to Beating Addiction

A Doorway to Change

By Jennifer Bleyer

Psychedelic drugs raise the question of whether one mind-altering substance can override dependence on another.
The Vlogging Cure

The Vlogging Cure

By Carly Lanning

With millions watching, YouTube video creators are challenging the stigma attached to mental illness.
The Underrated Skills That Keep Couples Together

Mild (Not Wild) Love

By Aaron Ben-Zeév Ph.D.

Hot passionate love is the holy grail of relationships, but it's not what keeps us going day-to-day.

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Unconventional Wisdom: Time for Trust

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The Polarization Express

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In Search of Answers

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I Want to Believe

By Lara McCaffrey

The Long Reach of Popularity

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High Marks For Fair Praise

By Kirsi Goldynia

Screen Grab

By Michaela Brady

Smooth Criminals

By Shira Polan

What Can I Do?

By Lara McCaffrey

Help Found

By Michaela Brady