The Diagnostic Statistical Manual, or DSM, has served psychiatrists the world over with advise on how to diagnose the patient sitting in their office. However, success in diagnosing the harried, the quirky, the quiet, the quitter, and the trollop have come up short.
So, in an effort to be more sensitive to the needs of society at large, and to balance the needs of the worried few who clearly do not fit in, they came up with another publication that will hopefully supplant the DSM. It should serve to give everyone involved a clear picture of where everyone should be and what they should be doing.
It's called the Real Yellow Pages.