Viktor Frankl on the Meaning of Suffering

Viktor Frankl was an Austrian neurologist, psychiatrist and Holocaust survivor. In ‘Man’s Search for Meaning’, he writes on how he survived through finding meaning in suffering. Here is a short excerpt from that book, where he speaks in the context of suffering loss.

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Metamorphosis: On Bisexuality

Until recently, Daemon (who uses a pseudonym) remained a closeted bisexual.

On reading his article, ‘Coming Out’, I was curious to know how it felt for him to reveal his sexuality online, the experiences leading him to that point, and his thoughts surrounding sexuality and the LGBT community.

This interview is conducted as part of a series of articles aiming to enlighten LGBT stories.

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Social Anxiety: “Off the Beaten Track” – Interview with Vincent Mars

Vincent Mars is a writer from Romania. In his articles, ‘Social Anxiety and What (Not) to Do About It’ and ‘The Benefits of Being an Introvert’, Vincent writes of his past experiences: how he hid from social anxiety, and the change in perception that instead allowed him to view it as a personal strength. This refreshing perspective interested me to know more, including how he came to that realisation, and any advice he would give to others who are experiencing the same.

This interview is conducted as part of a series of articles aiming to enlighten stories as well as strategies related to mental health.

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