Many of the discussions include specific guidelines on, for example, dealing with an angry child or adolescent, along with valuable clinical suggestions such as the five presented for recovering from trauma and posttraumatic stress disorder. The chapter titled "Love and Lust" is fascinating. It begins with an excerpt from Lady Chatterley’s Lover and discussions of "the molecules of desire," "viva la difference," "the science of being gay," "eros: the power of romantic love," "love, health and survival," "the many shapes of love," and "monogamy: monopoly or monotony?" The ensuing chapters, "Sadness or Depression" and "Healing Depression," are both insightful and clinically useful. They are followed by an innovative discussion of "happiness and euphoria."