An amazing book. My life is different after reading it than it was before reading it. I can’t help but thank the author for sharing not only his story and ideas but amazing spirit with us readers.
At first I was dreading reading this book, because it was a mandatory ready for my class. And like most books that you're assigned to read, they're normally not the best and extremely boring. Knowing that Frankl made huge impact on my career field, I through my irritation out the window and dug in. This book kind of reminded me of The Tattooist of Auschwitz by Heather Morris. Frankl's personal experience in the Nazi Concentration Camps helped him develop his theory of Logotherapy. Which is finding the meaning of life, even in dire circumstances. We find ourselves using his philosophy in religion, coaching, and throughout life. Frankl insists that we cannot avoid suffering but we can choose how to cope with it, find meaning in it, and move forward with renewed purpose. If he had published the book anonymously as he first intended we would have never known the creator of Logotherapy and he wouldn't have received his just due. Frankl a pioneer in psychotherapy and finding your purpose in life. I'm forever grateful. #Book8of2022 #bookworm #whatsnext
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