Temma Ehrenfeld

Temma Ehrenfeld

New York, NY
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I'm a writer and ghost-writer.

An award-winning journalist who covers health, relationships, psychology and personal finance. "I would hire her anytime for anything.” Jane Bryant Quinn, Newsweek

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BPS Research Digest: Writing about your emotional pain could ...

Some people brood over painful events.

Shopping for My Perfect Mattress

When shopping for mattresses, we're advised to trust our feelings.

Back in the Game

New programs allow women to get back to work after interruptions for caregiving.

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The Art of Tactful Candor

How do you express appreciation?

Make Them Laugh, Make 'Em Cry

Keep it honest when you speak to friends and family at public occasions.

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Once and Future Kings | The Weekly Standard

We misread the story of evolution to think it leads to human beings, when it's really more about bugs.

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Is there a narcissist in your life?

People with a narcissistic personality disorder are oblivious to the damage they inflict on those around them. Temma Ehrenfeld explains...

In Praise of Dynamic Duos | The Los Angeles Review of Books

COLLABORATIONS may go swimmingly for years before the hostility begins.

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Your Horrible Boss May Be Making You Sick

And on-the-job bullying happens to some 15% of the population.

Hear, Hear

Read your written works aloud.

Nine Ways Night Owls Can Become Morning People

It starts with sunlight....

Do We Need 7 Hours' Sleep?

Yes, we do.

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Agony and Ivory | The Weekly Standard

Following the elephants to victory in Burma.

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Honey Trap | The Weekly Standard

Bees thrive in cities.

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Young, Fit...and Diabetic

At the age I am now, my grandmother, like me, lived alone in an apartment not far from mine, wrote daily, and could be pushy at times. In her 60s she developed diabetes. I remember watching her eat a dinner of one slice of boiled brisket and a can of “dietetic” peas followed by a single square of sugar-free chocolate,