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Journal of Near-Death Studies, 13(2), 103-108
experiences (NDEs) are reported to produce positive changes in
attitudes, beliefs, and values that might be expected to enhance the
experiencers' satisfaction with life. Global satisfaction with life was
examined among a sample of self-selected near-death experiencers,
individuals who had come close to death without an NDE, and individuals
who had never been close to death. NDErs' life satisfaction was not
different from that of the two control groups, suggesting that problems
readjusting to life after an NDE may offset any enhanced life
satisfaction that may result from positive personality transformation.
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