altering a person's life or circumstances in a substantial way
Being in that accident was a life-changing experience.
Accessories aside, however, this was a life-changing experience for him.
War Dancesby Sherman Alexie The National Book Award winner is back with stories of ordinary men in life-changing moments.
For 75 years, the IRC has been providing life-saving care and life-changing assistance to refugees during humanitarian crises.
Sex and passion; compulsive, life-changing, soul-altering sex, all to be made more explicit than he had done in the past.
Expectations need to be realistic; recovery from TBIs is never an easy road, and permanent, life-changing adjustments happen.
For those who travel to the region, it is a life-changing experience.
Instead, Beck returned home and made a life-changing decision to bust out of the closet.
A technician made a simple, life-changing mistake and misread the test tubes.
It was a life-changing immersion, one I would recommend for every serious foreign journalist or businessperson.
Indeed, one female student told ASU News that cultivating a hairy existence was a “life-changing experience.”