When Nietzsche Wept by Irvin D. Yalom Josef Breuer, one of the establishing fathers of therapy, is at the height of his career. Friedrich Nietzsche, Europe's most noteworthy rationalist, is on the brink of self-destructive lose hope, incapable to discover a remedy for the cerebral pains and other afflictions that torment him. When he concurs to treat Nietzsche with his exploratory "talking remedy", Breuer never anticipates that he, as well, will discover comfort in their sessions. As it were through confronting his claim inward devils can the skilled healer start to assist his patient? In When Nietzsche Sobbed, Irvin Yalom mixes reality and fiction, climate, and tension to unfold an extraordinary story about the redemptive control of companionship.