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  • Using Fear to Break Out of a Funk

    Pushing yourself to complete scary but exhilarating activities can give you a lasting sense of strength and accomplishment. Our columnist went scuba diving in Iceland to test the theory.

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  • Here’s When Family Therapy Can Help

    “In a family there is constant tension because a life cycle is about change.” An expert explains how marriage and family therapy works—and when it doesn’t.

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  • Should You Keep a Secret?

    A friend confides in you about a health crisis or a love affair. How do you decide whether to keep someone’s secret when there are good reasons to tell?

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  • How to Talk With Your Dying Loved One

    Conversations about death are among the most important, and difficult, we may ever have. Too often, we avoid them, Elizabeth Bernstein writes.

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  • How to Spot Teenage Depression

    New guidelines focus on helping better identify teens who may be struggling with depression, as rates for the disorder climb.

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  • Power’s Role In Sexual Harassment

    Psychologists say high-powered men accused of abusing women have different motivations but often share some personality traits

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  • Stressed Out, Anxious or Sad? Try Meditating

    Meditation can make you less anxious and more compassionate. In his new book, psychologist Daniel Goleman, author of the 1995 best-selling ‘Emotional Intelligence,’ examines the benefits of focusing the mind.

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  • Seven Ways to Reduce Stress in Anxious Times

    Large-scale worries are sabotaging our ability to cope, therapists say, and they have some tips for staying calm, writes Elizabeth Bernstein in ‘Bonds: On Relationships.’

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  • After a Hurricane, New Confidence

    Psychologists call it ‘posttraumatic growth’ and they see people emerge from scary times with confidence for new ventures, writes Elizabeth Bernstein in ‘Bonds: On Relationships.’

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