So I’m 21 I have seizures depression insomnia bulimia which is getting better paranoia schizophrenia diabetes anxiety and panic, also had cancer twice. Yesterday I realized why I was distant for over a week and that was because I’m gonna die soon. I know I am. Within 10 years. And I’m okay with that.
This doesn't change pretty much anything. We all live, we all die. Simply live like you want to live and keep your jets cooled over it. Not like death is a big deal. We all die but you might have the luxury of knowing specifically when.
On the other hand, 10 years is a long while so not dieing but living with all of that stuff you said you have is a possibility. These other people mostly talk about the present as if you were already on your death bed.
Just keep cool with that. No biggy.P.S: Keep away from religion. It would pretty much only use your bad state to use you as propaganda to have people come, put their hands together and say a bunch of fairy tales over you. Just don't get used by them and live like you want to live. (No reason to change your every day life.)
Since the moment you were born, you were going to die. You were, and we all have been, "dying," in sense. I'm happy for you that you feel peace and almost closure now. Use this as a starting point to make your next days your best days. Help others find the peace you are experiencing. Good luck.
Wow, I'm so sorry. But you know what, you could use this in a way to glorify God. And maybe that's why He's allowed all these things to happen. To bring glory to Him. People love to be inspired. If you keep up a good attitude through all this, and live for Him, and set good examples, etc., people will see that in you, and want to be like you and start being a better Christian. You may think that your life isn't fair, or you may be totally okay with it. Either way, just think about all the people you can bring to Him!!
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