posted on Aug, 20 2008 @ 03:48 AM
I am not positive what the condition is called, but I know this is a prevalent response for near-death survivors..
I looked into it (oddly enough) after an episode of scrubs.. Surprisingly, it turned out to be pretty on-target.
People who accept they will die assume a new psychi. They accept what will happen. Therefore, things such as work, bills, and relationships seem
irrelevant. They seem fleeting, and thus, worthless.
Life is certainly short, my friend, but you've been given a new lease on it. PLEASE go see a therapist. ASAP. It will help you so much. I went to a
therapist and though my situation is not the same as yours, they showed me other outlets that made my life seem more important.
Don't let these feelings pile up. You saw what can be, perhaps, but that doesn't mean you can't make the remainder of this life beautiful and