IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE

HOW TO STAY HAPPILY MARRIED? PROZAC'S PIED PIPER, PETER KRAMER, HAS SOME SURPRISINGLY SPIRITUAL TIPS

Peter Kramer has a gift for timing. His last book, Listening to Prozac, came out as Prozac was reaching best-seller status, and soon joined it. His new book--a guide for people thinking about leaving their spouse or significant other--hits the bookstores as divorce is becoming an ever more contentious political issue.

The very title of Kramer's book--Should You Leave?--is likely to antagonize the growing legion of antidivorce activists. It seems to validate the anguished self-absorption that has made baby boomers so good at generating revenue for psychiatrists and so bad at staying married. A half-century ago, people didn't sit around wondering...

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