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Trotzdem ja zum Leben sagen Ein Psychologe erlebt das Konzentrationslager review ñ 103 characters Ú eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Viktor E. Frankl read & download Trotzdem ja zum Leben sagen Ein Psychologe erlebt das Konzentrationslager Me coherente significativa y responsable es el objeto con ue se enfrenta la logoterapiaEn esta obra Viktor E Frankl explica la experiencia ue le llevó al descubrimiento de la logoterapia Prisionero durante mucho tiempo en los desalmados campos de concentración él mismo sintió en su propio ser lo ue significaba una existencia desnuda ¿Cómo pudo él ue todo lo había perdido ue había visto destruir todo lo ue valía la pena ue padeció hambre frío brutalidade. 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 The metal planet relationship A study of celestial influence religious drive and his exhortation to Lord Tedric Alien Realms A star book religious people to not look down on irreligious ones 6 Verses That Can Change Your Life read atheists and agnostics just because they have achieved a stage that the atheistsagnostics are still aspiring unconsciously of course towards No Limits Brutal Master #2 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 Lets Be Just Friends Just Friends #1 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 Liar Liar recommend this book especially for general A Mother and Daughter Diary of Raw Food Recipes for Beginners 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 Essays one repetitive with hardly any #chill reference to Frankl s personal journey or about how he evolved his theory and practices that did transform many lives based on his experiences

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Trotzdem ja zum Leben sagen Ein Psychologe erlebt das Konzentrationslager review ñ 103 characters Ú eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Viktor E. Frankl read & download Trotzdem ja zum Leben sagen Ein Psychologe erlebt das Konzentrationslager S sin fin ue tantas veces estuvo a punto del exterminio cómo pudo aceptar ue la vida fuera digna de vivirla El psiuiatra ue personalmente ha tenido ue enfrentarse a tales rigores merece ue se le escuche pues nadie como él para juzgar nuestra condición humana sabia y compasivamente Las palabras del doctor Frankl alcanzan un temple sorprendentemente esperanzador sobre la capacidad humana de trascender sus dificultades y descubrir la verdad conveniente y orientador. This book stands out as one of the most helpful tools I ve found in my life long search for the way to live and be useful to others despite depression As opposed to Freud who believed that the primary drive in man the most urgent motivation was pleasure Frankl believes that it is meaning Now meaning for Frankl is not something abstract and airy and noble but rather something very concrete and specific to your life what is the task that life asks of you that only you can do Look at the circumstances of your life look at your talents and the people that surround you Where is the need that is calling for you to respond For Frankl the hope that kept him trudging on day by day in the concentration camps was the need to re write the manuscript taken away when first imprisoned where he could present to the world his theory of Logotherapy Why I found this book so helpful in my struggles with depression is because one of the rock bottom places where depression can take you is despair Despair is the absence of hope The search for meaning for a response to something life is asking of you is the place where hope is born Frankl states that hope like genuine laughter or like faith or love is not something that we can will into being We cannot make hope appear willy nilly in our lives because hope is than a nice thought it is like true love something that involves your whole being I find this to be true but there are things that we can do to prepare the way for hope s arrival and hope will come it will always come We can search for meaning because searching and looking and asking and expecting are acts and attitudes that we can will Meaning according to Frankl is found in three different forms Meaning is found in creating or doing Meaning is found in experiencing something greater than ourselves and in encountering another being through love And finally meaning can be found in the attitude we take toward unavoidable suffering The important thing here is that in all of these instances the value of the thing that gives meaning is subjective There is no scale out there that says that writing a novel gives meaning than helping your spouse with the dishes When it comes to meaning the small the hidden the unsaid is as important as the great acts of genius and you alone are the judge Orienting yourself to responding in some way to what life is asking of you may not be the sole cure to depression but it is for me a necessary part of any healing process of learning to live and be useful despite the illness

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Trotzdem ja zum Leben sagen Ein Psychologe erlebt das Konzentrationslager review ñ 103 characters Ú eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Viktor E. Frankl read & download Trotzdem ja zum Leben sagen Ein Psychologe erlebt das Konzentrationslager El doctor Frankl psiuiatra y escritor suele preguntar a sus pacientes auejados de múltiples padecimientos «¿Por ué no se suicida usted» Y muchas veces de las respuestas extrae una orientación para la psicoterapia a aplicar a éste lo ue le ata a la vida son los hijos; al otro un talento una habilidad sin explotar; a un tercero uizás sólo unos cuantos recuerdos ue merece la pena rescatar del olvido Tejer estas tenues hebras de vidas rotas en una urdimbre fir. How is it possible to write dispassionately of life in a concentration camp in such a way as to engender great feeling in the reader This is how Frankl dealt with his experience of those terrible years The dispassionate writing makes the horrors of the camp extremely distressing so than writing that is emotionally involved It is almost reportage The first half of the book is eual in its telling to The Diary of a Young Girl in furthering our understanding of those dreadful timesThere are occasional glimmers of humanity from the Germans These are so small that rather than illuminate any basic goodness they cast further into the shadows the terror of living in a place and time where death might be a beating or a shot to the head at any moment There are also stories of the depths that some of the Jewish victims would sink to in what they would do to stay alive themselves It made me think that rather than condemn these people for becoming tools of the Nazis what would I do faced with death or the chance to stay alive a little longer and maybe save family or friends 7 stars golden stars for this half of the bookThe second half is about Frankl s psychotherapeutic methods and lost me in boredom I did read this in its entirety but it wouldn t have spoiled the book or my appreciation of the genius retelling and brilliant writing of the first half if I hadn t


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