Her best self-defense from the Nazis was her mind. Edith Eger couldn’t control her circumstances, but she controlled how she responded. And today, as both a Holocaust survivor and psychologist, she shares her survival skills with us.
Much gratitude to Edith Eger for sharing her powerful story on video so we can share her message. Find out more about Dr. Eger by going to her personal website and checking out her list of survival skills. Thumbnail image by Thomas Hawk, used under Creative Commons license.
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