That’s a question many of us will unfortunately have to grapple with
at some point in our lives. It’s certainly relevant right now. The good
news is that there is no shortage of smart, thoughtful people out there
offering advice on the subject. I recently read a book by
Dr. Edith Eva Eger that I think is particularly useful.
“Edith’s strength and courage are remarkable in this memoir
as she draws on her own unthinkable experience in Nazi
concentration camps to become a therapist and help others
recover from all kinds of hardship.
Her life and work are an incredible example of forgiveness,
resilience and generosity.” — Sheryl Sandberg
“Dr. Edith Eva Eger is my kind of hero. She survived
unspeakable horrors and brutality; but rather than let her
painful past destroy her, she chose to transform it into a
powerful gift – one she uses to help others heal.” …Continue Reading >>