Henslin's book is divided into sections on: Healthy Brain, Happy Life; Raising Your Joy Quota in the 5 Mood Centers; and Joy Everlasting. Another unique and attractive factor of the book is that Henslin folds in faith and quotes Scripture. He also suggests traditional and medical ways to elevate your mood and increase your joy, as well as some other ways, including: visualization, nutrition, exercise, meditation, prayer, music, aromatherapy, soothing Scriptures, bibliotherapy (reading books--Yay!), and cinematherapy (going to the movies).
You don't have to be a physician or have a degree in psychology to comprehend what's inside this book. It's very readable and full of practical advice. It's definitely one book I will keep on my reference shelf. Maybe I'll take it outside to re-read it on a sunny day--like today!