“What you hold in your hand is an important, and potentially life-altering book – and if you have ever read other self-help books before, you may be in for a surprise: This one works, because it is backed up by several hundred scientific research studies. Finally, a book which bridges the gap between scientific and existential psychology and self-help literature.”
Prof. Dr. Alexander Batthyany, Victor Frankl Institute Vienna
Finding Meaning in Life - Latest Wisdom, Simple Ways.
Based on the philosophy of renowned psychiatrist Dr Viktor Frankl (1905-1997) and his groundbreaking bestseller Man’s Search for Meaning, this 160-page book aims to introduce a new generation to Frankl’s belief that all people seek meaning in their lives and suffer without it.
“We see our book as a tool that anyone can use to help with their mental fitness and ability to do their best and to have a meaning-filled and exciting life.” Finding New Meaning in Life is a both a self-help book and guide to mental fitness, offering tips and ideas that are accessible to everyone.
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About the Authors
Marcia Griffin is a woman best described as resilient. Paul McQuillan is a psychologist devoted to helping his clients overcome adversity and find meaning in life.
Marcia has succeeded in the face of adversity and transformed her life from school teacher to Corporate Economist to Entrepreneur and Business Woman of the Year.
She believes that to live a meaning-filled and exciting life we need to continually evolve and learn. In Marcia’s search for learning and fulfilment, she was introduced to Logotherapy, an empowering and positive form of psychology.
Marcia travelled across Australia to meet Dr Paul McQuillan, a Logotherapist and was inspired by his approach.
In the short video below, Dr McQuillan responds to Marcia’s insights and explains why meaning and purpose are the keys to a fulfilling life