Psychology Today Magazine November 2018

Psychology Today Magazine
November 2018

7 Extraordinary Feats Your Brain Can Perform

7 Extraordinary Feats Your Brain Can Perform

By Eric Haseltine Ph.D.

How to activate your brain's superpowers.
The Truth About Borderline Personality Disorder in Relationships

Tangled in Turmoil

By Lisa A. Phillips

A steady partner can be curative to a person with borderline personality disorder.
For Those at Risk of Suicide, the Internet Can Both Hurt and Heal

Web of Despair

By Jesse Bering Ph.D.

Life online poses an array of hazards, amplifying hostility and encouraging dangerous impulses. But when used wisely, it can do the opposite.
Your Relationship Bill of Rights

Your Relationship Bill of Rights

By Rebecca Matthes

No one’s perfect, but every partner is entitled to seven fundamental acts of respect from the person they’ve chosen to be with.

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Books: In Your Head

By Gary Drevitch

Treatment: A Quick Hit for Depression

By Devon Frye

Supplemental Science: How to Eat Your Hat

By Kirsi Goldynia

Mind Your Body: Bypassing the Blood-Brain Barrier

By Abigail Fagan

Eccentric's Corner: Wide Angle

By Matt Huston

Two Minute Memoir: Finding a New Voice

By Giulietta Nardone

One Question: Crafting Memories

By Abigail Fagan

Are  Suspicious People  Smarter?

By Matt Huston

All Flash

By Annie McDonough

Your Inner Fortune Teller

By Matt Huston

Unconventional Wisdom: "Why Can't I Get What I Want?

By Hara Estroff Marano

Surprise Me

By Knvul Sheikh

Where Credit Is Due

By Ilana Herzig

Is This Article Legit?

By Gordon Waldman

Vulnerable Moments

By Devon Frye

The More You Change…

By Gordon Waldman

No, You Take It!

By Ilana Herzig