In their introduction, the authors make a statement which should sell this book to parent-teacher and child study groups, to many clergymen interested in the psychological approach. ""The we-psychology is interested chiefly not in mental sickness or insanity, but in the difficulties of everyday life."" It is an attempt to enable the normal man, woman and child to adjust itself to life and to handle such problems as love, illness, death, financial reverses etc., with equanimity, poise and intelligent power. Certainly we can use a lot of this understanding today. Use the definition of the ""we-psychology"" to any customer who likes self-searching, and you have a natural.