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I like this simple and straight-forward book addressing emotions and how to effectively deal with them so that they are not a disruption to your life. Joyce Meyer consistent provides logical conclusions and sound advice for controlling yourself instead of being controlled by yourself. In this particular outing she focuses on how address and move beyond limiting emotions, without denying or ignoring them in your life. Joyce Meyer illustrates her points with real-life stories from her life and others, in ways that very relatable and encouraging to read and follow. The covers swveral different topics related to emotions, including fear, loss, and medical consitions. I like that this book, along with her other dealing with thoughts and other aspects of the mind, doesn't pretend that emotions don't really exist or that they are all bad, but rather addresses the thing that can most effectively conquer or build-up emotions: words. This is another one of her helpful and encouraging books. . I received this review book for free from the publisher, FaithWords. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions expressed are my own.
Ayn Rand's philosophy of objectivism is interesting, but she hits you over the head with it. The story itself moves along apace until about page 800, when Galt makes a speech that goes on for 100 pages. Despite this, everyone should read at least one Ayn Rand book.