A further issue of new content, adding to those of Volume 1 and 2. Further descriptions of the way we react or feel interacting with another. So often, all the emotions involved tears our common sense one way, while our past experience suggests we should adopt another course. But common sense and realism are too often casualties where love and affections are involved. Our learning curve confuses loneliness, physical needs, fear of the future, memories of the past, and dread of rejection. We still celebrate the good feelings, yet suspect they may be false flags.