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Emotions - love them or hate them, we’ve all got them.

And we’ve all got to figure out what to do with them. But wait - can we do anything about our emotions? Can we learn how to identify, express, experience - and yes, sometimes wrangle - our feelings in order to live a vibrant, healthy, fruitful life for Jesus?

In All the Feels, author Elizabeth Laing Thompson uses her experiences as a big feeler to encourage and equip different kinds of feelers with the biblical perspectives, practical tools, and scriptural reservoir they need. As a woman who has lived every day of her life having all the big feelings all the day long, Elizabeth knows what it’s like to live life through our emotions - and how important it is to understand, take control of, and grow from those emotions. Whether you have a sensitive soul with more feelings than you know how to name, a logical personality that doesn’t quite know what to do with feelings, or a steady flow of emotions somewhere in the middle, All the Feels will help you:

  • Discover your own God-designed “feelings style” and how it impacts your life and relationships
  • Distinguish fact from feeling and figure out which feelings you can trust
  • Understand which emotional gifts God wants you to expand, explore, and enjoy

Get ready to throw open the doors of your heart, bringing God to your emotions and your emotions to God - the One who invented feelings and who always welcomes yours.

©2020 Elizabeth Laing Thompson (P)2020 Tyndale House Publishers

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  • 11-12-2020

Newly identified steady feeler

As a Christian, I have consistently had a hard time reconciling feelings of disappointment, guilt and frustration in my sister to sister relationships. However, reading this book through the pandemic has helped my emotions to be bridled and tamed through scriptures, empathy, prayer and journaling. I now have clarity as to how much God loves my emotional makeup and how I may use my gifts to serve others. Elizabeth, thank you for your vulnerability, wisdom and wit. Your book is being used for discussion in my women’s Bible devotional group and it couldn’t have come at a better time! Furthermore, I am better able to understand my husband and how to better complement his emotional makeup to help our marriage stay happy and healthy. Thank you!

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  • 09-12-2020

Such an awesome book

For people who want to better understand their emotions, need practical advice for how to use emotional gifts, or just know that you are not alone feeling what you feel - this book is for you.

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  • 15-11-2020

A good read to grow your emotional intelligence!

I heard about this book listening to the Girl's Night podcast by Stephanie May Wilson! Trying my best to summarize the three "feelers" ... - 1) Being self aware of emotions and empathizing with others takes greater effort if you are a "reluctant feeler" (someone who mostly identifies as being fair minded and a peacemaker). 2) A "steady feeler" is someone who mostly identifies as being logical while being aware of emotions but not letting them rule. 3) "Big feelers" are people who mostly identify as being highly emotional and keen to expressing themselves, though often letting their emotions lead. All have strengths and weaknesses that point to how we need each other as the body of Christ! The majority of the book addresses "big feelers" but overall I'd recommend if you are looking to grow in understanding your own emotions and how to better relate to others!

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