I will pay for the following essay Man’s Search for Meaning By Viktor E. Frankl. The essay is to be 6 pages with three to five sources, with in-text citations and a reference page.
This is a means of psychological therapy where the patient is enabled to take control of their own situation instead of the more traditional forms of psychotherapy where the patient is normally told what to do and what to feel. The book also focuses on the means through which logo therapy can be used as a means of ensuring that individuals take control of their lives as opposed to being told what to do by their psychotherapists. an aspect that can be said to be the main lesson of the book (131).
In the book, there is an identification of the various reactions by the prisoners of the concentration camp towards their experiences in one degree or the other. The first of these is the shock that they come to experience once they are admitted into the camp. The second of this is apathy, where the prisoners tended to protect their own interests in order to determine their survival. they often valued those things which would enable them and those that they cared about to survive. Finally, there is their reaction to the debasement of their humanity, where the moral values that they held dear are deformed, as well as the disillusionment as well as bitterness that is experienced when the individual survives and is set free from the camp. The author comes to the conclusion that what life means is based on every moment in which that life lasts. As a result, life always has meaning, no matter what the circumstances, even if the said circumstance is immense human suffering or the experience of death. Frankl gives the example of those individuals imprisoned in the camp who were forced into a mass fast by the Nazis because they were protecting a fellow inmate who was unknown. Frankl suggests that these individuals realized that despite that suffering that they were experiencing, they were still accountable to other people as well as the Supreme Being. It was this sense of accountability that kept the inmates going because to do otherwise would have meant experiencing the