As science learns more about how our thoughts affect our feelings, books like this one become more important for the average person. While big Pharma wants us to take medications that don't necessarily help and can be very costly, learning how to manage the thought:feeling connection is something that can be done for free.In this book, Joyce Meyer gives recommendations on how to do just that. She talks about the science behind the thought:feeling connection, and how to reach for a better feeling. Meyer uses her theological perspective throughout the book, but this does not render the work trite and/or useless.There are sections on depression, grieving, joy and more, all with advice on how to feel better (or stay feeling great) without using medication. A good, straightforward read that is likely to help many.