My top 5 reads of 2018

5. Man’s Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl  Frankl was an Austrian-Jewish psychiatrist who survived the Holocaust, and in this memoir he shares his experience in the concentration camps and how using psychotherapy to find a reason to live. Having been through four different camps,1942-1945, Frankl tries to answer how the daily life in the… Continue reading My top 5 reads of 2018

Latin America: the most violent region for women

The United Nations recently announced that Latin America and the Caribbean is the most violent region for women outside of war zones, where an estimated number of nine women are killed daily. The main reason for the high number of these murders is femicide, when women are killed for being women, often by an partner… Continue reading Latin America: the most violent region for women

My top 5 reads of 2017

My room is filled with books that I have yet to read, and even so I always end up buying more. There is no such thing for me as “finishing the books I have before getting new ones.” I always stumble upon classics or newly published books that I am too intrigued to leave behind,… Continue reading My top 5 reads of 2017