Vickor Emil Frankl lost his wife, father, mother, and brother during the Holocaust. He survived to became a major force in the development of existential therapy. He is most remembered for his book Man’s Search for Meaning, from Death Camp to Existentialism.
If you have not read this book, choose to do so. It changed my life and I suspect will do the same for you.
Emotional Fitness Training thoughts, tips, and exercises can only take you so far. Professional help is indicated when despair fills your days and you feel trapped in darkness with no way out. Do not let stigma keep you getting help. Make the right choice, life can be better.
Practicing the DAILY TWELVE EMOTIONAL FITNESS EXERCISES is a good start on the path to a better life with or without the pleasures of sex.
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As always thank you for all you do. You keep me strong.