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One Less Thing to Worry About: Uncommon Wisdom for Coping with Common Anxieties

With Jerilyn Ross, M.A. (2009, Ballantine)

One Less Thing to Worry About is not only an invaluable companion for anyone who worries but also a great read! The examples are compelling, and Ross’s wide clinical and academic experience shines throughout.”
–Judith L. Rapoport, M.D., author of The Boy Who Couldn’t Stop Washing

“Whether you worry a little or a lot, I think you will feel better, as I did, after reading One Less Thing to Worry About. This is a brilliant book, by a master on the subject, on how to handle modern anxiety.”
–Jean Carper, author of Food: Your Miracle Medicine

“This is a practical but wise book, steeped in research and clinical experience, a must both for people who suffer from anxiety disorders and for those who simply experience the common anxieties of everyday life.”
–Myrna Weissman, Ph.D., Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons

Satisfaction: Women, Sex, and the Quest for Intimacy

With Anita H. Clayton, M.D. (2007, Ballantine)
Finalist, 2007 Books For A Better Life Award (Multiple Sclerosis Society)
Translated into eight languages.

"...this is an empowering, hopeful book. Good, happy, joyful sex and love [are] within the reach of all women... if only they would be honest with themselves about who they are and what they want."
The Washington Post Book World

"This is one of the best-written and most understandable books on sexuality this reviewer has seen recently, incorporating both immediacy and judicious humor..."

--Library Journal

Thriving with Heart Disease: The Leading Authority on the Emotional Effects of Heart Disease Tells You and Your Family How to Heal and Reclaim Your Lives

With Wayne M. Sotile, Ph.D. (2003, Free Press)

"This wonderful book fills a critical void for patients by dealing with the day-to-day emotional and psychosocial challenges of heart disease--managing stress, coping with anger and hostility, dealing with depression, and resuming sexual activity. Peppered with inspirational real-life stores, anecdotal experiences, humor, self-assessment tests, and compassionate, practical, research-based advice, it addresses many important patient questions that are seldom asked or inadequately addressed..."
–Barry A. Franklin, Ph.D., Director, Cardiac Rehabilitation and Exercise Laboratories, William Beaumont Hospital