Swot Analysis Of Victor Frankl

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Complete Name: Seminar Student Name: Waddell, Sonya ********************************************************************************************************** 1. There are 6 questions and each question requires a minimum of a 250 word response. In addition to the speaker, hyou should support your responses with at least 4 outside sources. ********************************************************************************************************** 2. Discuss in detail what Victor Frankl says lies between Stimulus and Response. How does this impact the way that we live on a daily basis? Student Answer: Frankl was raised to believe that whatever happens in your childhood ultimately shapes your character and personality, for example you can't escape your childhood it makes you who you are. Your limitations are pre-determined and there is nothing you can do. His outlook on life changed rapidly whe he was imprisoned in a concentration camp during WWII by the Nazis. Frankl himself was tortured and enslaved. One day he realized that although he could not control his environment, he could decide how it would affect him. He could not choose his situation, but he could choose his response to it.Frankl realized that there is a fundamental and universal principle affecting all who share the human condition. Between stimulus and response, man has the freedom to choose. We have four unique human gifts: self-awareness, imagination, conscience , and independent will. Self-awareness is an awareness of one's own personality or individuality. Imagination is the act or power of forming a mental image of something not present to the senses or never before wholly perceived…show more content…
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