In the second chapter, Christian clients are introduced to attachment theory, including the development of secure and insecure attachments and the role that attachments play in accessing the “contentment” system (Gilbert, 2010). What is more, Christian clients learn about their attachment to God, including the related God concept and image, and complete several exercises to better understand their relationship with God. As the story of Mary and Martha revealed, learning to sit at Jesus’ feet is key in focusing Christian clients’ attention on him so as to experience the contentment that God can offer. Jesus’ teaching on worry, too, captures the importance of looking to God, prioritizing the “contentment” system above the “danger” and “drive” systems when necessary (Burroughs, 2010; Gilbert, 2010).