Sandra Langeslag

Associate professor of psychological sciences, University of Missouri-St. Louis

Associate professor of psychological sciences at the University of Missouri-St. Louis

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Scientist Sandra Langeslag explains strategies for overcoming heartbreak. Writer Aimee Lutkin explores singledom and why her identity is so tied to her relationship status.

The psychology of heartbreak and strategies for singledom

Scientist Sandra Langeslag explains strategies for overcoming heartbreak. Writer Aimee Lutkin explores singledom and why her identity is so tied to her relationship status.

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