Making Meaning with Logotherapy

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I have a vivid memory from my days of door-to-door Christian proselytizing of an encounter I had with a man on a random Saturday morning. I think it was 17 years old. My ministry partner was a mentor of mine was a man in his mid-40s. We had knocked on the door of a man in his late 50s, early 60s.

That morning, our preaching group had convened for a kickoff meeting. During the kickoff meetings, we normally…

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Author of “A Voice From Inside” | JW PIMO | Writing about Psychology, Mental Health, Religious Trauma & Jehovah’s Witnesses.

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Geoffrey Wallis

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Author of “A Voice From Inside” | JW PIMO | Writing about Psychology, Mental Health, Religious Trauma & Jehovah’s Witnesses.

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