Man’s Search For Meaning

This book is a classic and is always highly recommended, most of the time in English and Psychology classes. I love this book, though, because it is a heartbreakingly powerful story of a psychologist who was imprisoned in concentration camps for 3 years during WWII and lost his wife, children, and family members to the Holocaust. He writes openly and honestly about his struggles, while also providing hope to his comrades. He somehow finds meaning through suffering, and goes on to teach in Austria until his death in 1997.
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