The title is a come-on for sixty pieces--each roughly the length of a syndicated newspaper column--about recurring modern problems. Whether dealing with serious difficulties (depression, child abuse) or less consequential ones (fear of flying), the advice is easy to digest, reassuring, and about the same word count. Can one find happiness without a sex life? Sure, if there are other sources of satisfaction. Interested in childbirth at home? Read Fred and Charlotte Ward's book. Worried about a smoking habit? The release it provides may be more beneficial than anxiety without it. On subjects as diverse as presidential assassinations, kleptomania, homosexuality, and runaways, he presents the issues sensibly and without condescension.