Hi, everyone, I just finished reading a great book by Dr. Jerome Groopman called 'The Anatomy of Hope: How People Prevail in the Face of Illness.' This isn't a how-to book but rather talks about one oncologist's experiences with his patients, his own illness, and the biological basis of hope. This isn't a sentimental book, very straightforward, and provides another perspective on the discussions about "The Secret" that we've had on the board recently. I particularly enjoyed the chapter about his own illness. He had severe back pain for 19 years and the way he describes the functional limitations he had - laying in a stretcher in his lab for 2 years designing studies, not being able to walk more than 4-5 blocks at a time - reminds me of my own disease. It's good to read when you're feeling down.