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“This landmark book underscores how the search for meaning is intimately related to and positively influences health improvement at all levels. Reading Prisoners of Our Thoughts is an insightful prescription for promoting health and wellness!”
—Kenneth R. Pelletier, PhD, MD, Professor, University of Arizona and University of California, San Francisco Schools of Medicine; Chairman, American Health Association; and author of The Best Alternative Medicine.
It is an excellent book. Everybody should read that because it gives lots of insights to solve personal problems.Published 2 days ago by Miriam Pareja
Excellent nuts and bolts book on logotherapy. This was exactly what I was looking for after reading Frankl's Man's search. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Trollac
A gift for a friend. Easier than reading Frankel's Search For Meaning.Published 3 months ago by Stew Calkins
It seemed to me as an written evalution of Frankl book and his logotherapy approach. I did not find much value added. RichardPublished 4 months ago by Richard
Prisoners of Our Thoughts is aptly named and Pattakos takes the reader to that understanding by deftly drawing on Viktor Frankl's philosophy and writing on the importance of... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Timothy C.
I gave this book a rare (for me) 5 stars, because it clearly details the excellent principles described in Victor Frankl's book and how to apply them to everyday life.Published 7 months ago by Frank
I was frankly disappointed by this book. I read few excerpts and I really liked it, but the book gave me almost nothing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Edyta Brzeczkowska