The light conversation that starts in a bar soon changes to an intense discussion about the fascinating interaction of the human mind and psyche. Each psychologist illustrates a specific point by recalling particular life changing events from his professional and personal experience. They recall conflicts created by drug addiction, prostitution, infidelity, unrewarded altruism, and a variety of ineffective coping mechanisms. Each attempts in his own way to disentangle the often confusing interpersonal relationship between men and women. In the interim, all discover the games people played with each other. In these dating and mating games, frequently immoral, reprehensible, and self-centered people play the parts which lead them t only to harm others, but also to potential self-destruction and even to murder. It is up to these professionals to save their clients and restore balance in their lives. Eventually, each psychologist realizes these events have t left anyone untouched, and as a result, both client and counselor transform. This entertaining book gives in-depth psychoanalysis for numerous disorders. The many universal predicaments are easily recognized and can be applied to everyday life.