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334 17.07.2021 by User40523O89
Am I too young to have this ?
3 28.12.2014 by Alan1945
7 25.12.2014 by AdSgil
Is it possible...?!
1 18.12.2014 by Blue2162
Shutting down
2 23.11.2014 by Baylia
How to get properly diagnosed
0 19.11.2014 by deeiow
Am I too young to have this inability?
4 08.10.2014 by SnowWhite
I hope I'm not rephraising anyone's post
274 23.09.2014 by SnowWhite
Dealing with abandomnent.
3 17.09.2014 by clownbaby5
Poetry Thread
33 14.09.2014 by SnowWhite
Pictures/Photos in Forum
0 10.09.2014 by SnowWhite
15 seconds of RAGE
16 09.09.2014 by SnowWhite
16 02.09.2014 by SnowWhite
Please. Help me, I need to know.
6 01.08.2014 by jadeprincess
Can you relate?
6 31.07.2014 by jadeprincess
1 31.07.2014 by jadeprincess
Trouble with significant other
1 03.04.2014 by ttme123
dealing with psychosomatic pain
2 03.04.2014 by MadBeach
Is this a new forum?
0 03.04.2014 by MadBeach
my reaction comes a week too late
2 30.03.2014 by ttme123
Might Have Alexithymia
3 29.03.2014 by ttme123
Alexithymia with empathy
23 07.03.2014 by Lex-G
Self Worth
4 30.11.2013 by Heythere
Questions, please help <3
2 14.11.2013 by Lie
Any literature about alexithymia?
0 04.10.2013 by Bawang
a possible therapy?
1 10.03.2013 by SteMo


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Alexithymia - emotional blindness - is a personality trait characterized by the inability to identify and describe emotions in the self. Core characteristics of alexithymia are marked dysfunction in emotional awareness, social attachment, and interpersonal relationship.
Alexithymia is prevalent in approximately 10% of the general population and is known to be comorbid with a number of psychiatric conditions. Due the inability to cope with feelings and emotions as described in psychology there are counseling services to establish mental health.
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