Paradise Syndrome

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(1) A condition defined as dissatisfaction with oneself despite having achieved all of one’s dreams, which is said to occur in people who are so wealthy and successful they have no mountains left to climb
(2) The sharing of wisdom and knowledge with people who are younger than oneself
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In the classic Star Trek episode, the Paradise Syndrome, where Captain Kirk lost his memory and was adopted by a Native tribe, what name did they call him?
Have you heard of Paradise Syndrome? It happens when things are going so well, we seize on any little niggle and blow it out of all proportion to make ourselves feel better.
We call this Paradise Syndrome and it's common among celebrities and very successful people.
Are we going to see a generation of slackers suffering from what the pop star Dave Stewart called Paradise Syndrome - a misery induced by having everything you want?
Former Eurythmic star Dave Stewart claims he is suffering from "Paradise syndrome".
Do you remember when a planet was threatened by the approach of a wayward asteroid in "The Paradise Syndrome"?
Some amateur psychologists suggest that he's a victim of "paradise syndrome".
Perhaps he's a candidate for Paradise Syndrome, as once suffered by his friend, former Eurythmic Dave Stewart, where you get depression because there's simply nothing left to achieve.
He recently claimed he was suffering from Paradise Syndrome, where life is so perfect you become convinced you must be ill.
Afterwards he talked of the "paradise syndrome" and revealed he even considered quitting music altogether because he realised he'd never beat the perfection of Slane Castle.