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Not long after the Holocaust began, a famous Jewish neurologist & psychiatrist named Viktor Frankl, was forced onto a train heading to the horrific Auschwitz concentration camp.

  • He was accompanied by his wife, Tilly, who would soon be shipped to another camp where her life would be taken from her…
  • As well as his mother & brother, who died at Auschwitz after Viktor was transferred to Dachau.


He shares his horrifying, yet inspiring story, in his book, Man’s Search for Meaning, which I read for the first time just a few years ago.

  • While in Auschwitz & Dachau, Frankl began to pay attention to how he and those around him were dealing with the intense grief and pain they were facing in the death camps each day.

And over time, he observed four different ways the prisoners where responding to it all