Revisiting Donald W. Winnicott in Playing and Reality is a playful experience in itself. It is like going out to play a game that we have already played, but which, each time we do play it, it turns out differently. The Internet—the target of much criticism—offers a virtual option to connect to the world in general, to "get to know" people, to interact, have romances, and to play games online with others without even meeting them. The therapist's battle to maintain an equilibrium which allows him/her to remain flexible, tolerant, receptive, and at the same time firm in his/her position as analyst will run the whole length of the treatment with an adolescent. Technology and the mass media have created new spaces and new modes of communication in which adolescents are at the forefront as users.