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This book is very interesting and well worth the read.
Dr. Frankl argues that even in the most difficult experiences that life can present to a person, that person can choose to find a meaning in that suffering.
In the first part of the book, Frankl describes his personal experiences as a prisoner in the Nazi concentration camps.
A fascinating look at the meaning of life using a different approach to psychotherapy by Viktor Frankl who survived four concentration camps during WW2.Published 5 hours ago by Annie
I re-read this book every few years to remind me of my blessings and to re-center myself.Published 20 hours ago by Mindy Agler
An awesome, gripping book - gives new perspectives on life and its meaning. I also loved the concept of paradoxical intentions from logotherapy; I wish he had expounded more on it.Published 1 day ago by AvidReader
My daughter bought this for college, the price was right. Delivery fast.Published 1 day ago by Ralph J. Fitcher
This book changed my life, and has been a hugely positive force in healing existentialism and ptsd.Published 1 day ago by BA
Essential Read for Anyone seeking to declare themselves Free...Published 2 days ago by Martin Haglun
Astonishing. How one man could survive the heinous treatment at the hands of the Nazis is mind boggling.,Published 2 days ago by Marla Schultz
Wish I'd read this in High School, as I've come to find a lot of people who had teachers assign it to them.Published 3 days ago by Derailed