Okay, I would like to debate in a non polarizing way the benefits of existential thinking as well as the opposite. The most basic ideas of existentialism, I dont want to delve toooo deeply into the world of this philosophy. Essentially I would like to stick to the existential melt down. The recurring theme of a meaningless existence and the benefits and consequences of occasionally thinking in this way. If you think that purposely thinking in a different way has any benefit at all. Basically just trying to step into someone else and think the way they do. I believe this is a good way to keep an open mind, and learn a lot.
Alright! So, I accept! I can definitely see the benefits and downfalls of existential thinking. Specifically, and where you'd like to stay within, mostly: the existential meltdown. Do begin with your pros and cons. I'm entirely open to a non-polarizing "debate." Or, more like, discussion. I'll observe this is an opportunity.
I'll say, though, I find there to be more con to the existential meltdown than there is pros. At least, depending on where a person is in their life and how they choose to USE what they have come to.