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They can seem charming or fascinating at first but long-term contact reveals their less fruitful side
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Both partners will benefit from looking hard at their own pathology before blaming the relationship
High-achieving couples are often puzzled when they have one smart offspring and others who are less so
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Tony Blair’s former head of communications and psychologist Oliver James delve deeper into drive, ambition and mental health
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High net worth seems to produce low net self-worth and greater vulnerability to mental illness
Emphasise youth and vitality to counter perceived inexperience, immaturity and lack of authority
The former psychologist running SABMiller explains his leadership style
If you are working on something that is confidential, how much should you tell your partner?
Era of 24-hour business raises questions about staying in touch