May I have misunderstood Heidegger philosophy, and I've melted up it with psycology, but isn't the being-towards-death, with the authentic Dasein, an anxious way of life?
I mean, in the moment in which men realize the fact that they will die, and the only truth of life is death, isn't this what makes them excape from daily homework and their life projects, in a depressive way?
I'm not talking about fear of death like that one of a heart attack or else, but obviously about death in Heidegger conception.
I've usually read which being-towards-death should bring freedom in our life, with that sense of distress and existential anxiety, but I do think which this concept makes worse and meaningless anything we do, since with authenticity we excape from "distractions" and we arrive in front of death.
Please comment and answer this.