You might have seen people making some fundamental questions about the meaninglessness of life, about the inevitability of death, feeling isolated from society and questioning the relevance of goals or objectives in life. This happens when the existential philosophy of freedom, choice and human development through one's own free will is taken to the extreme level. On the one hand, it is helpful in setting the mind free of established norms or beliefs. Yet the philosophy may be used to hide failure, frustrations, and unfulfilled desires.
The harm with an existential crisis is that you become skeptical of every issue, lose all enthusiasm for life, find no meaningful ways to address problems and existence itself becomes a drudgery. This can lead to depression, loss of interest in living and no hopes about the future.
Here are six ways of getting through existential crisis