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I have no emotions. What's wrong with my brain chemistry?
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Dr. LUIS IRIZARRY
Family Medicine
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In brief: Depression
May have depression.
Whoever you see , keep in mind meds should be used for at least 9 months, see a psychologist (regular pcp don't resources for psychotherapy), see clergy, get support from a good friend or family, meditate. It is a marathon. Stick with the same doctor.

In brief: Depression
May have depression.
Whoever you see , keep in mind meds should be used for at least 9 months, see a psychologist (regular pcp don't resources for psychotherapy), see clergy, get support from a good friend or family, meditate. It is a marathon. Stick with the same doctor.
Dr. LUIS IRIZARRY
Dr. LUIS IRIZARRY
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Dr. Jason Berman
Clinical Psychology
In brief: Trauma?
One symptom of post-trauma stress disorder is numbing or feeling like one doesn't have any feelings.
Another possibility is that growing up you did not receive the psychological space to have feelings as a child and consequently you don't know what you are feeling. This can also be a side effect of medication or being in shock from a loss of a loved one/ grief. Some ideas to consider.

In brief: Trauma?
One symptom of post-trauma stress disorder is numbing or feeling like one doesn't have any feelings.
Another possibility is that growing up you did not receive the psychological space to have feelings as a child and consequently you don't know what you are feeling. This can also be a side effect of medication or being in shock from a loss of a loved one/ grief. Some ideas to consider.
Dr. Jason Berman
Dr. Jason Berman
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