During the 1980s, there were a number of quasi-scientific books published with feel-good ideas about the family unit. In contrast, in 1986 Dr. M. E. Tabyánan published the first work based on hard evidence—and hard reality. In Families Need Personal Firewalls, the Doctor laid out the bare facts about the quantum entanglements that exist in all families.
With the cold light of reason, Families Need Personal Firewalls shows that because of the close relationships of the family members, each individual must develop strong personal firewalls to maintain an equilibrium balance. Definitely a handbook for the family to read together.
(1986, 352 pages, engenetics.org Press)