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Aiming to help women whose men demand too much and give back too little, psychologist Arden (America's Meltdown: Lowest-Common-Denominator Society) and his wife, Victoria, an arts educator who has worked in the mental-health field, describe how lopsided relationships are begun and how to turn them around. Using lists, quizzes, and real-life vignettes, they detail how to spot red flags, remain optimistic with a pessimist, ask more of a passive partner, and avoid destructive arguments. A particularly helpful chapter guides readers in refusing to walk on eggshells and pamper oversensitivity. A book complete in sound theory and practicality that will undoubtedly appeal to many women; highly recommended for public libraries.