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Article May 1, 1994

Two squabbling ex-spouses learn to be steadfast coparents. Read more

Article May 1, 1994

Everyday Heroes

Witnessing the strength and beauty of old age
Eric E. McCollum, Ph.D.

A new best-seller turns old age into another version of youth. Read more

Article May 1, 1994

From the May/June 1994 issue LEARNING DISABILITIES (LD) AND Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) are distinct disorders that not only undermine... Read more

Article May 1, 1994
Kathryn Robinson

Every day, warring and desperate husbands and wives show up in our offices agonizing over divorce. Have we been too blithe in encouraging them to go ahead, too... Read more

Article May 1, 1994

Some intriguing findings refute popular myths about marriage. Read more

Article May 1, 1994

Long-Distance Therapy

Helping an isolated family heal their trauma
Annie Wenger-Keller

From the May/June 1994 issue IN THE SPRING OF 1991, MY MOTHER, A MENNONITE AND a nurse-midwife, called me from rural Pennsylvania. “Can you give me... Read more

Article May 1, 1994

Life can be sweet just play it by the numbers Read more

Article May 1, 1994

THE PAST FEW YEARS HAVE NOT#160; been friendly to psychotherapists.#160; Probably no other contemporary field has suffered so many widely publicized body blows... Read more

Article May 1, 1994

Appasionata

Fables and fairy tales and fires in our souls

From the May/June 1994 issue NOW THAT THE EXPIRATION DATES HAVE PASSED ON OUR familiar fables and fairy tales about gender, it is time to create some new... Read more

Article May 1, 1994
Gillian Walker and Susan Shimmerlik

Millions of learning-disabled adults rely on intellectual guerrilla tactics to survive. Read more