Published in 2009, this book presents the thought that we can fall into one extreme or the other, just as we toss a coin and expect to have to choose heads or tails. What if neither was the right choice? In the three sections of this work, Anderson presents both extremes and a third option. Sometimes the third option is subtle, other times they are bluntly stated. We find extremes in Relationships, such as the needy versus the unattached; or in Politics we find the liberal versus the conservative; or even in our Personal Issues, we can find the overreacting versus the under-reacting. These examples and more present the possibility of finding the ideal balance among extremes. After reading this book you can apply this "third side of the coin" concept in many other areas.