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    Recently some bad things happened in my family, bad health, bad luck, and bad relatives really. This was during my GCSEs and I struggled and got through it. then during AS some bad things happened again (parents marriage went through some hard times), I drifted away from my friends, And I was repressing emotions left right and centre.

    I became a much more outgoing and fun guy once I turned 18, going to clubs, meeting with friends (new friends i have recently made), working out and doing what I want. But i've realised that i've lost my fear of death. Its completely nonexistent.

    I've been in a few life threatening situations and felt no fear at all, (on a much less serious level) rollercoasters do nothing for me. I'm just worried because this cant be healthy!

    any advice?
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    I can safely say most teens/young adults feel this way. Just remember that life is never easy you will feel depressed at times, and questions your existance. I'm only 16 and sometimes feel this way. Just remember to smile and be brave,
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    This is Healthy I think because the only thing to really fear is fear itself. I think it's good to not fear death but you still have to be alert.
 
 
 
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