Featured journalist: Elizabeth Bernstein

Feb 14, 2014

For Valentine's Day, we are excited to feature Wall Street Journal's Elizabeth Bernstein. Bernstein is the perfect choice for today, as for the past five years she has written a column she created called “Bonds: On Relationships,” about the psychology of relationships. Bernstein describes that she is what some might call "obsessed" with interpersonal communication, especially between men and women.

Her accolades are many. In 2010, she received the Distinguished Column Writing Award of Excellence and in 2009, she and her colleague, Nathan Koppel, received first-place awards from the New York News Publishers Association and from Mental Health America for their riveting page-one story "A Death in the Family." In 2008, Ms. Bernstein also won the American Psychoanalytic Association’s Excellence in Journalism Award, as well as a 2007 award from the Deadline Club and yet another award from Mental Health America in 2009.

Don't miss Bernstein's portfolio, which is full of topics relevant to today's holiday; take for instance, "Male-Female Talking Points: How to Speak The Other One's Language," or "Meet the Marriage Killer!"

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