Existential openness


Within existentialism and more specifically in the field of existential psychology, existential openness refers to the availability and ability of a person to accept, face and make decisions in favor of a more authentic existence with a deeper meaning. From these bases, existential openness appears as a fundamental element for vital development, personal growth and self-determination, both in the long term and on a day-to-day basis. There are several psychological and sociological factors that favor this openness: young people, for example, are more prone to this vital openness, while older people are more prone to vital adaptation strategies. Likewise, situations of vital stress would help the individual to be more open, while close social support would lead him to limit himself.

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