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03/23/2012 04:44 AM

Where have my feelings gone?

DaisyCarolyn
 
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Question is in the title but my feelings are basically 'stimulants'. Like, sure, I feel things but my brain goes 'I really need to stab something'
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03/23/2012 07:08 AM
DaisyCarolyn
 
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No, I mean, I just don't have any feelings at the moment. I'm empty.

03/23/2012 10:06 AM
uppitywoman
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Tylerflies asks a good question. Depression can leave me devoid of feelings at certain points.

03/23/2012 11:56 AM
DaisyCarolyn
 
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Actually yeah, sorry. I've never just had no feelings before. One of the main reasons I asked was because my friend keeps going on about anti social disorder or something and how I probably have it. She said not caring and feeling is a symptom.

03/23/2012 11:58 AM
Nick2317
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I got married 2 weeks ago .....and have been having the same thing ....I dont feel anything anymore ...Im just there ......My aunt kept asking me if I was happy at the reception ....I could only say I dont know ......I dont feel anything Im just there

03/23/2012 12:03 PM
uppitywoman
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If you have a therapist or a pdoc you really need to tell him/her about this. I think it's important that you do. I am not a pdoc or therapist so I cannot diagnose you, but you can get help for this.

03/23/2012 03:50 PM
DaisyCarolyn
 
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I'm sorry about that Nick, it's horrible, isn't it? And yeah, I might. Thanks for the advice(:

03/23/2012 04:04 PM
liamacker
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I agree with uppity woman, you can get help for it. I went through a similar feeling when i was on thorazine so can understand where you are coming from it's not nice at all.
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