Originally written for radio, this incisive piece about love as sickness is effective when staged with minimal scenery. A therapist practices aversion therapy to rid his patients of sexual/romantic obsessions which interfere with their lives. While treating Ellen for loving a homosexual man, the therapist tumbles in love with her. His treatments achieve unexpected results: the gay man falls for him and kills himself while Ellen realizes she has lesbian inclinations. Published in Caryl Churchill: Shorts.