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Experiential Sources of Meaning: Connecting with Life through Love, Beauty, and Humor 

Experiential Sources of Meaning: Connecting with Life through Love, Beauty, and Humor
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Experiential Sources of Meaning: Connecting with Life through Love, Beauty, and Humor
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William S. Breitbart

and Shannon R. Poppito

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199837243.003.0006
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date: 21 September 2019

This chapter provides instructions for conducting the sixth session of individual meaning-centered psychotherapy. The reader is instructed to introduce and explore the topic of “Experiential Sources of Meaning” by way of the guiding theme: “Connecting with Life.” By the end of Session 6, the patient will have a solid understanding of the significance of connecting with life through experiential sources of meaning—particularly through the experiential sources of love, beauty, and humor.

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