Has anyone ever "shut off" their emotions to the point that you can't react in a way that you should? For instance, something extremely sad and life changing happens, but you are just numb and going through the motions without crying at all. Sort of acting like it's "business as usual " or part of daily routines. You feel sad and tear up, but cannot let it all out and actually cry.
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Anxiety (Including GAD)