Book Review | The Choice by Edith Eger

Present Moment regularly shares a review of a book relating to personal growth and development.

Books that are included will generally be grounded in some form of theory relating to counselling and psychotherapy, and/or the author will most likely have the relevant academic and professional qualifications and accreditation in psychotherapy or psychology.

The Choice Edith EgerThis month Dr. Edith Eger’s book The Choice is reviewed.

This is truly a beautiful book full of hope, truth, and wisdom.

It is written by Psychologist Dr. Edith Eger. At the age of sixteen, Edith was sent to the concentration camp Auschwitz, along with her father, mother, and sister.

Only Edith and her sister Magda survived the horrors of Auschwitz. This book is an account of their time there, how her life has unfolded since her liberation from Auschwitz, and the journey of healing and growth that she has since undergone.

Click here to read the full review.

2 comments

  1. I will add Dr. Edith Eger’s book ‘The Choice’ to my must-read books. Dr. Edith at the age of 16, along with family at the Concentration camp! Concentration camp and their sufferings straight from the horse’s mouth!

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