Our lives have changed dramatically due to the global epidemic that we have been living through over the last months. In these challenging times, Bill Gates recommends a book by Hungarian-born author Edith Eva Eger “to find comfort and deal with difficult situations.“
“Her unique background gives her amazing insight, and I think many people will find comfort right now from her suggestions on how to handle difficult situations.” He also describes its story as “kind of hopeful but very tough as well … it’s one hell of a story.”
About Dr Edith Eva Eger
Dr Edith Eva Eger is a Hungarian-born psychologist with an incredible story. She survived the holocaust and dedicated her life to helping other people overcome their own emotional or physical traumas. She emigrated to the U.S. at the age of 22. She became a psychologist in her forties and later became a successful family therapist. Her speciality is treating emotional and physical trauma. She still practises today, even though she is in her nineties.