Man’s Search for Meaning

Man's Search for Meaning

Authors: Viktor E. Frankl,Harold S. Kushner, William J. Winslade, Isle Lasch

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His experiences in life, from Nazi camps to the loss of almost all of his loved ones, make psychiatrist Viktor Frankl realize one thing — in life, you cannot eradicate pain but you sure can find a more effective way of dealing with it. He profoundly illustrates how you can discover meaning amidst the chaos and keep going until you reach the very end.

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