Listen to all the wonderful things you said you've been doing. Those are the kind of comforting things that will take the fear away. I could even notice a change in tone from negative to positive once you started mentioning all the activities you enjoy doing. Live life.... even though that's a cliche response. I've had some of the most crippling fear of death you could imagine, and I'm really not afraid anymore. I told myself one thing and that was, " I am certain to die someday, but I don't have to be plagued by fear." Plenty of people overcome the fear of death. Think about soldiers who are trained to be so strong, that they no longer have fear. that's one way to deal with it. I took a different approach. I've made it my life goal to live so productively and have such a good time loving my family and friends, that I appreciate life. I've acknowledged that there are things I don't know, and I've set the fears aside, and accepted it. Don't worry about death, but when you do think about it, don't dwell on it and be scared. Read some philosophy, listen to some music, think about loved ones who you've lost and imagine that they'll see you again someday when you get to heaven. These philosophies, song lyrics, and ideas might not be true, but there's nothing wrong with a little faith. and to add to this, I'm almost certain there is a heaven. I've encountered angels, and I know people who have seen jesus. Could I just be crazy? maybe, but at least it helps me sleep at night to believe what I saw was real. And one more useful tip.... listen to a song about life or love and cry to it, just lose yourself in it. I hope all of this helped. I'm trying to make sense in the middle of my own nervous breakdown.