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June 2011 (136 posts)
If this describes someone you love, you could tell him that, in terms of the research, a psychologist's gender makes little difference in the outcome of therapy. Or you could be a bit more useful. (Even if you don't agree with him, it's his belief that matters—you want him to get help, remember?).
To find out exactly what you can do, we followed up with one of Carey's sources for the article, Ronald F. Levant, EdD, a professor of psychology at the University of Akron, who is recognized as an authority on the psychology of men and masculinity.
As if he wasn't blue-eyed enough, sharp-jawed enough or cut enough (perhaps you too glanced in the open V of his rumpled, unbuttoned shirt in The Hangover?), it also turns out that Bradley Cooper speaks fluent—and very sexy—French.
The recipe comes from Homemade Soda by Andrew Schloss (Storey), a new cookbook on making your own soda and on using soda in sweet and savory dishes. It calls for root beer, along with chili pepper, ginger and soy sauce—which make the wings taste sweet, sour, salty and hot. I could've made my own root beer (the cookbook has an entire chapter on it), but I just bought a can of 365 brand at Whole Foods. I skipped the dried hot chili pepper in favor of a half-teaspoon of dried red pepper flakes because I had a huge container of them at home already. Otherwise, I followed the recipe closely, putting the wings in a pot with the root beer mixture.
"The world is not yet exhausted; let me see something tomorrow which I never saw before." — Samuel Johnson
After Oprah finished her last show, the cameras followed her offstage, through the halls of Harpo. It was an unexpected ending—seeing the producers and staffers, many of whom have worked there for decades, crowded in the corridors. When Oprah got to the top of the stairs, she grabbed Sadie and said, "We did it!" That final moment, as she had said it would be, was "all sweet and no bitter." Not a goodbye but a new beginning. If you didn't see the show—or just want to watch those last few minutes again—here's the clip.