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The Choice is a reminder of what courage looks like in the worst of times and that Eger's book is a triumph, and should be read by all who care about both their. THE CHOICE: Embrace the Possible. Internationally acclaimed psychologist Dr. Edith Eger—one of the last remaining Holocaust survivors—tells her. download The Choice by Edith Eger from Waterstones today! Eger's book is a triumph, and should be read by all who care about both their inner freedom and the.

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Edith also gives us a very close look at what follows at the end of imprisonment, the end of the war. Can you image writing your first and only book at age 90?

This woman had a story to tell!!!! When Edith was first released from the war I have been able to think only about how to keep up with others, how to stay one step ahead, to get a little food here, to walk fast enough, to never stop, to stay alive, to not be left behind.

Now that the danger is gone, the pain within and the suffering around me turn awareness into hallucination. A silent movie.

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A march of skeletons. Most of us are too physically ruined to walk.

We lie on carts, we lean on sticks. Our uniforms are filthy and worn, so ragged and tattered that they hardly cover our skin. Our skin hardly covers our bones.

When the camp is finally liberated, she is pulled from a pile of bodies, barely alive. The horrors of the Holocaust didn't break Edith. In fact, they helped her learn to live again with a life-affirming strength and a truly remarkable resilience.

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The Choice is her unforgettable story. It shows that hope can flower in the most unlikely places.

One of those rare and eternal stories that you don't want to end and that leaves you forever changed. Eger's life reveals our capacity to transcend even the greatest of horrors and to use that suffering for the benefit of others.

She has found true freedom and forgiveness and shows us how we can as well".

Her memoir, like her life, is extraordinary, harrowing and inspiring in equal measure". Her life and work are an incredible example of forgiveness, resilience and generosity.

But few as powerful as this new memoir by a ballet dancer.

Both books are full of hope…and leave you marvelling at the resilience of mankind". Despite overwhelming odds, Edith survived the Holocaust and moved with her husband to the United States.

Having worked in a factory whilst raising her young family, she went on to graduate with a PhD from the University of Texas and became an eminent psychologist. Today, she maintains a busy clinical practice and lectures around the world.

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One of those rare and eternal stories that you don't want to end and that leaves you forever changed.

We have each other and the future, a life together we can see as clearly as we can see our hands when we join them. As if there is such a thing.

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