Before spending too much time attempting to force yourself to “feel”, my suggestion is to run a “diagnostic.”
Just like any piece of complex equipment, sometimes your body can get run-down. Take it in for a check-up. A doctor can run some tests to pinpoint if what you are feeling (or not feeling) is physiological or psychological.
For example, a decreased level of testosterone in men or decreased estrogen in women can lead to general feelings of “blah.” There are tons of things that can cause this (even if you are relatively young) and a doctor can fix it.
On the psychological side, trauma can trigger a blanket response that is akin to shock where you will be emotionally numb. If you have some part of your life that is particularly stressful and you are having trouble handling it, it can cause you to inadvertently turn off your feelings everywhere.
So, I’d figure out what is causing this so you can permanently fix it rather than try to give you a band-aid solution.
Originally Posted: https://www.quora.com/Psychology-of-Everyday-Life-Why-do-I-feel-like-I-have-nothing-to-be-excited-for-anymore
Originally Posted On: 2015-11-08