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Article September 1, 1994

Not surprisingly, almost nothing makes children, including adolescents, feel as insecure and adrift as parents who also feel insecure and adrift, tossed by... Read more

Article September 1, 1994
Amitai Etzioni

We need more realistic expectations about the possibilities of human transformation Read more

Article September 1, 1994
Michael Freeny

Therapy on the information highway a strange fiction based on a stranger reality. Article first published in the September/October 1994 issue. TODAY, IN THE... Read more

Article July 1, 1994

Short Story

Driving in the Breakdown Lane

Some things just can't be fixed. Read more

Article July 1, 1994

The Bottom Line

A primer on managing managed care
Patricia Hudson

From the July/August 1994 PRIVATE PRACTITIONERS WHO WANT TO SURVIVE TODAY must know how to work smarter, and market and provide quality customer service. It is... Read more

Article July 1, 1994
Nydia Garcia-Preto

Immigration means learning to live in two worlds. Read more

Article July 1, 1994

Have a Good Day

But don't ask me to smile!
Slavenka Drakulic

From the July/August 1994 issue SHE WORE A SEMITRANSPARENT WHITE SHIRT, AND underneath I could detect her fine lace bra. When she leaned toward me to take my... Read more

Article July 1, 1994
Claire S. Chow

From the July/August 1994 issue   WHEN I WAS 15 YEARS OLD, MY FRIEND CAROL TALKED ME into going to a dance at our high school. Of course, we had... Read more

Article July 1, 1994
Lenore Terr

Two sisters find different ways to live with the nightmare of sexual abuse. Read more

Article July 1, 1994
R. Todd Erkel

From the July/August 1994 issue ON A SATURDAY EVENING LATE ONE MAY A FEW YEARS AGO, I stood outside a recently opened restaurant and watched as cars... Read more