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Personal Experience
229 11.11.2018 by Jute
I thought I was alone
3 11.11.2018 by Jute
Someone cured of the Alexi
4 11.10.2018 by Jute
New Member
3 05.10.2018 by Jute
What does "Family" mean to you...
35 01.10.2018 by Jute
Borderline/autism and alexi?
4 01.10.2018 by Hsingai
Is there hope?
1 01.10.2018 by Emotion-less
Why does anybody actually care?
0 15.09.2018 by Jute
Dating someone with alexithymia
3 15.08.2018 by CatFarts
Relationships...
1 15.08.2018 by CatFarts
Is it alexithymia?
1 28.07.2018 by Uhm
Conducting research
0 07.07.2018 by andrealissette
Thoughts, as I struggle through this....
1 07.07.2018 by andrealissette
What does it mean...?
1 03.06.2018 by -
Yet another "Does Alexithymia Apply to Me?"
1 20.05.2018 by scarredlightning
New Discovery in My Relationship
3 30.04.2018 by Tyne35721
Newbie
0 03.04.2018 by Harrie
Just found out it has a name.
3 01.03.2018 by k1234567890y
When you try to help, but just cant...
1 02.02.2018 by moggyC06
a bit of dissociating ?
3 02.02.2018 by moggyC06
Newcomer
4 13.01.2018 by Gluskin
My experience.
2 05.01.2018 by scarredlightning
My personal experience
4 02.01.2018 by Gluskin
Feeling a feeling?
3 26.12.2017 by Gluskin
I'm a therapist with alexithymia.
13 26.12.2017 by Gluskin

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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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