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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.
An amazing heritage Viktor Frankl has left in highlighting that life is a gift. His logotherapy method of counsel echoes a Christian principle that Jesus is the Word (ie logos)... Read morePublished 11 hours ago by Marianna Johnston
Amazing book that will open your heart with human compassion. Not to mention find the edges of human capabilities. Powerful book.
Thank you on the expediency of this order!
Didn't make any sense, it is not uplifting, doesn't give you any hope, at the end all it says is what we know, you must want and love something in life for life to be meaningful,... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Eugenia
A book to be read now and again during your own life journey in search of meaning. A way of thinking about how to positively change your own internal dialogue to meaningfully... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Craig Zimmerman
Incredible read. If this book doesn't at least make you question your viewpoint of this world then you should just pack up and go home.Published 1 day ago by Skye
This work is a wonderful introduction to powerful perspective on psychological therapy: logotherapy. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Ryan Mease
It's a lousy book by a presumptuous phd. phd in very lower case.Published 2 days ago by Eugene J. Lee III
Liked the first half of the book better. The second part covers technical aspects of psychology. He had carefully avoided covering details of personal fate.Published 3 days ago by vinod j nair