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Published on Jan 19, 2009
Viktor Frankl's theory and therapy grew out of his experiences in Nazi death camps. He saw that people who had hopes of being reunited with loved ones, or who had projects they felt a need to complete, or who had great faith, tended to have better chances than those who had lost all hope. This video is presented by Lifespan Learning Institute.