Well, yes and no. It's possible to be extremely detached from your emotions, meaning you don't "feel what you're feeling" but emotions are one of the most primal aspects of being alive (fear, aggression, craving etc, are all necessary to life and survival) so absolute exclusion from emotion is incredibly rare, if not nonexistent. Some forms of mental instabilities and disorders make you apathetic and "emotionless" but they're never completely gone.
thats natural i have no feelings for anyone not even my sibilings i have to create them in me believe me you do not want to be in my situation i never had cried in my whole life except when i was born :(
I rarely show expression. I am isolated from other people including my family and friends. I am very awkward. I don't talk. I am anti-social. I don't laugh at jokes. I feel numb. It is mentally unhealthy too and I'm gonna try to get better because its hard for me to cope with this. I feel like I am losing touch with reality. I am completely withdrawn. But even though I'm like this all the time, I still have emotions once in awhile. the most common ones I feel are- anger, sadness, nervousness, and embarrassment. EVERYBODY has felt emotions in their life