Memoir Madness
The malady memoir is flourishig. It's getting hard to find an
unoccupied niche.
By Bruce Kluger
Psychology Today, May-June 2011

When You Care Enough to Send the Very Bluntest
A new line of greeting cards designed especially for those who
are a little low on social skills.
By Bruce Kluger
Psychology Today, April 2010

It Happened to Me: Talk it Like A Man
Men know how to fix it, even when what’s busted is a buddy's
broken heart.
By Bruce Kluger
Psychology Today, March-April 2006

Four Fathers
The author learns from the mistakes of his forefathers and
examines the good, the bad and the complex in father-child
relationships.
By Bruce Kluger
Psychology Today, March-April 2005

A White-Knuckle Christmas
This holiday season, sugarplums won't be the only things
dancing in our heads. PT considers the 12 Neuroses of
Christmas.
By Bruce Kluger
Psychology Today, November-December 2003

Overcoming Terror
Is Washington terrorizing us more than Al Qaeda?
By Philip Zimbardo and Bruce Kluger
Psychology Today, July-August 2003