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  • Trotzdem ja zum Leben sagen Ein Psychologe erlebt das Konzentrationslager
  • Viktor E. Frankl
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  • 08 May 2019
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CHARACTERS ✓ Trotzdem ja zum Leben sagen Ein Psychologe erlebt das Konzentrationslager Man's Search for Meaning has riveted generations of readers with its descriptions of life in Nazi death camps and its lessons for spiritual survival Between 1942 and 1945 psychiatrist Viktor Frankl labored in four different camps including Auschwitz wh. I read this book for the first time during my senior year in high school The year prior I had gone to Germany for spring break with some fellow classmates During the trip we spent a day visiting a former WWII concentration camp in Dachau As one might expect this visit had a profound effect on me I had of course read and knew about the atrocities that occurred under the Nazi regime but to actually see a camp in person is a deeply haunting and disturbing experience Perhaps for this reason Frankl s book affected me even deeply than it otherwise might have The book is divided into two parts The first section recounts in vivid detail Frankl s horrifying experiences as a prisoner in a Nazi concentration camp Frankl a former psychiatrist also describes his observations of other prisoners and what he felt to be the main way in which people tried to cope with the insurmountable obstacles they faced He found that those who could find meaning or purpose in their suffering were the ones who also seemed better able to find the strength to go on As I recall Frankl personally found his purpose in the hope of someday being able to see his wife again a hope that was strong enough to get him through the daily horrors he facedThe second half of this book is devoted to the therapy he developed based on the search for meaning which he calls logotherapy The basic premise is that those who can find meaning in their suffering are better able to cope with what would otherwise be a struggle too hard to bear As one who majored in psychology I found this section as fascinating as the firstI have read this book at least three times now and it is one of the few books I can say truly changed my life I am ever grateful that I have the wisdom of this book to fall back upon when needed Several years ago at a very young age in my 20s I became ill with a disease that left me bedridden and barely able to speak above a whisper Now 36 I am still bedridden and fighting the same battle It is Frankl s reminder to find meaning and purpose in suffering which I found in the love of my fianc and my hope of recovery that has helped me to get through each difficult day As Frankl tells us Everything can be taken from a man but one thing the last of the human freedoms to choose one s attitude in any given set of circumstances to choose one s own wayI highly recommend this book The Littlest Marine Bachelor Battalion #1 Silhouette Desire #1167 has riveted generations of readers with its descriptions of life in Nazi death camps and its lessons for spiritual survival Between 1942 and 1945 psychiatrist Viktor Frankl labored in four different camps including Auschwitz wh. 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For most of the book I felt as dumbfounded as I would have been if I were browsing through a psychiatric journal Filled with references and technical terms and statistics it was mostly a book long affirmation of the then innovative techniue called logo therapy I do not understand how this book is still relevant and found in most popular book stores It might have been that the book was popular in the sixties and seventies as it offered a powerful and logical argument against the reductionist approach that leads inevitably to existential nihilism but is that still relevant today It also attempts to free psychiatry from the belief that eros was the cause of all neurosis and turns the flashlight on repressed logos which forms the premise of the book and the title But while the basic premises are powerful and moving the breadth and scale of repetition of the same ideas and the technical jargon and the constant Freud bashing ensured that I did not enjoy the book as much as I had hoped Further the whole chapter dedicated to the theory that ultimately our basic necessity of search for logos can also be explained as a repressed religious drive and his exhortation to religious people to not look down on irreligious ones read atheists and agnostics just because they have achieved a stage that the atheistsagnostics are still aspiring unconsciously of course towards rang patently false and too much in line with his argument of psychiatry being a sister to theologyI wish Frankl had stuck to his original title of The Unconscious God it would have been representative of the book as his logos argument directly derives from his postulation of a transcendent unconscious super ego that trumps Freud s Super Ego and a spiritual cum instinctual subconscious that trumps Freud s id Unless you are looking for a historical perspective on the technical aspects of psychiatry and about the origins of logo therapy I would not recommend this book especially for general reading If you pick up this book like I did in the hope that it is about Frankl s personal uest for meaning amidst the horrors of Auschwitz with a strong scientific perspective you will be disappointed to find that you have picked up a medical journal that is pedantic and repetitive with hardly any reference to Frankl s personal journey or about how he evolved his theory and practices that did transform many lives based on his experiences Navigating Social Journalism his parents brother and pregnant wife perished Based on My Biggest Mistake his own experience and the stories of The Scenic Route A Novel his many patients Frankl agrues that we cannot avoid suffering but we can choose Olympic Perspectives how to cope with it find meaning in it and forward with renewed purpose F. 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