Overcoming Fears Of Living & Fatalism
The fear of fatalism is one thing. But imagine having to live with a fear of living. The people that go through such traumas are going through uphill battles on a serious scale and on a daily basis. And there are both reasonable and unreasonable reasons for having a fear of death. It is reasonable to expect someone to fear death when that person is quite literally knocking on death’s door. Theofatalism will be a theoretical study of the subject. You can learn more about the phenomena by consulting theofatalism books which you could purchase or download online.
Because such books must be rare on the shelves of your general booksellers. And the public library could pose a challenge for the librarian if she is ever asked for a book on theofatalism. Of course, books have been written on the fear of living. It fills many pages, and it fills many fields. For psychologists and psychiatrists alike, these are interesting fields of study. Always trying to understand how the human mind works. And what to do to help it when it is placed under stress and becomes somewhat dysfunctional.
The people living with a fear of living must be going through hell. Many of them even pluck up the courage to take their own lives. Here, the debates rage on among the less-informed on whether this really is courage or an act of courage. Certainly, it can never be easier on the loved ones that the aggrieved victim leaves behind. The fear of death is certainly understandable. No matter how much deep faith a person has, no one really knows for certain what lies beyond. But to the mystic, who knows. These are gifted people and perhaps people should look more to them for some answers.