By Kathleen M. Pike
Those who have a “why” to live, can bear with almost any “how,” wrote Viktor Frankl in his book, Man’s Search for Meaning.
Equally, the absence of ‘why’ can make unbearable almost any ‘how’. We live in a world where it is easy to be busy. The challenge before us is not doing; the challenge before us is being sure that we have a sense of purpose that guides our doing. What’s the connection to mental health?
Los que tienen un "por qué" vivir, pueden soportar casi cualquier "cómo", escribió Viktor Frankl en su libro El hombre en busca de sentido. Igualmente...