* confronting one's own mortality | |
* insecurity concerning ability to love oneself, let alone another person | |
* insecurity regarding present accomplishments | |
* re-evaluation of close interpersonal relationships | |
* lack of friendships or romantic relationships, sexual frustration, and involuntary celibacy | |
* disappointment with one's job | |* nostalgia for university, college, high school, middle school or elementary school life | |
* tendency to hold stronger opinions | |
* boredom with social interactions | |
* loss of closeness to high school and college friends | |
* financially-rooted stress (overwhelming college loans, unexpectedly high cost of living) | |
* loneliness, depression and suicidaltendencies | |
* desire to have children | |
* a sense that others are doing better than oneself | |
* frustration with social skills | |
* Hypersensitivity to rejection/criticism
* Self-imposed social isolation
* Extreme shyness or anxiety in social situations, though the person feels a strong desire for close relationships
* Avoids interpersonalrelationships
* Feelings of inadequacy
* Severe low self-esteem
* Mistrust of others
* Emotional distancing related to intimacy
* Highly self-conscious
* Self-critical about their problems relating to others
* Problems in occupational functioning
* Lonely self-perception, although others may find the relationship with them meaningful
*Feeling inferior to others
* Utilizes fantasy as a form of escapism and to interrupt painful thought
* a) an overwhelming feeling of peace and well-being, including freedom from pain.
* (b) the impression of being located outside one's physical body.
* (c) floating or drifting through darkness, sometimes described as a tunnel.
* (d) becoming aware of a golden light.
* (e)encountering and perhaps communicating with a "being of light".
* (f) having a rapid succession of visual images of one's past.
* (g) experiencing another world of much beauty.
MEANING OF LIFE
.to realize one's potential and ideals
* ...to chase dreams.
...to live one's dreams.
* ...to spend it for something that will outlast it.
* ...to matter: to count, to standfor something, to have made some difference that you lived at all.
* ...to expand one's potential in life.
* ...to become the person you've always wanted to be.
* ...to become the best version of yourself.
* ...to seek happiness and flourish.
* ...to be a true authentic human being.
* ...to be able to put the whole of oneself intoone's feelings, one's work, one's beliefs.
* ...to follow our destiny.
...to submit to our destiny.
* ...to create your own destiny.
* ...to achieve eudaimonia 
...to achieve biological perfection
* ...to survive, that is, to live as long as possible, including pursuit of immortality (through scientific means).
...to live forever ordie trying.
* ...to evolve.
* ...to replicate, to reproduce. "The 'dream' of every cell is to become two cells."
* ...to be fruitful and multiply. (Genesis 1:28)
...to seek wisdom and knowledge
* ...to expand one's perception of the world.
* ...to follow the clues and walk out the exit.
* ...to learn as many things as possiblein life.
...to know as much as possible about as many things as possible.
* ...to seek wisdom and knowledge and to tame the mind, as to avoid suffering caused by ignorance and find happiness.
* ...to face our fears and accept the lessons life offers us.
* ...to find the meaning of life.
...to find the purpose of life.
...to find a reason to...
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