Wo/man’s Search for Meaning: a Recommendation

Have you ever read one of those books that you just know is going to have a profound effect on you? I have been lucky enough to have come across a few of these, however, it is hard to find something more impactful than Viktor Frankl’s “Man’s Search for Meaning”. Frankl was a concentration camp survivor in World War II and emerged from his experience with an incredible story to tell. In part one of his book, Frankl describes his time in the concentration camp and the different stages of adjustment that he experiences: shock, apathy, and disillusionment (to greatly simplify). Ultimately, however, Frankl concludes that, even in the most horrendous conditions, we all have the freedom of choice a

It’s the Most Wonderful (busy, expensive, exhausting & triggering) Time of the Year… How to stay

It’s hard to believe we are already in the first week of December: with Thanksgiving just behind us, Hanukkah in full force, and Christmas and New Years just around the corner! For many, the holiday season is full of parties, family visits, vacations and gift exchanges – making it either the most wonderful or the most dreadful time of the year. Even if you love the holidays, chances are, they are also a source of stress as time and financial management can become a juggling act. The holidays can also be incredibly triggering for a host of issues, including relationships, family, eating & body image, self-esteem, substance & alcohol use and more. Unless you plan on sneaking away to a remote b

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