This brief excerpt of a talk by Viktor Frank, a concentration camp survivor and author of the well known book "Man's Search for Meaning,"highlights his approach to psychotherapy. He presupposes man's innate goodness and idealism. Even when these attributes are not readily evident, says Frankl, starting with the premise that they exist helps propel patients to a more elevated state. It works, too, as a model for engaging others in daily life.

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  • Eva

    Loved his explanation on the sense of aiming higher

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  • Be mindful of your judgments of others, whether friends or strangers, and consciously look for the good.

  • Read Frankl's classic book "Man's Search for Meaning."

  • Do a search of Viktor Frankl and learn more about his extraordinary life.

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