Bronco's Bookshelf: Man's Search for Meaning

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PROVO - During the football regular season, coach Bronco Mendenhall wanted to share his love of books with Cougar fans. This week, Bronco recommended the book Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl.

Frankl was in four different concentration camps and suffered several forms of torture during that time. Although he was in less than ideal situations, Frankl wanted the reader to understand that the individual is the one responsible for their own life, despite the circumstances.

Bronco believes that the book will help individuals become the person that they want to be, helping them make the choices that they want to make.

Although the book is not a quick or light read, Bronco said that it had a "huge impact" on him.

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