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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Emotional_detachment

In this instance, the individual in question is often unable to cry, even if he or she wants to. In other cases, the person may seem fully present but operate merely intellectually when emotional connection would be appropriate. This may present an extreme difficulty in giving or receiving empathy and can be related to the ...

www.psychologytoday.com/blog/how-everyone-became-depressed/201404/the-inability-cry

Apr 15, 2014 ... The inability to feel anything -- neither sadness nor anything else – is one of the danger signs in melancholic depression. Melancholia is the severe form of depressive illness.

www.7cups.com/qa-depression-3/what-does-it-mean-when-i-am-unable-to-shed-tears--3713

McLarry2. May 9th, 2017 12:05pm. Crying is your body's reaction to unhappy or extremely exciting things. When/If a person is 'unable' to cry it may be a deeper problem that should be treated by a professional. 0 ...

healthfully.com/inability-cry-depression-6535842.html

Also called clinical depression and major depressive disorder, depression is a complex medical illness that affects the mind and body. Depression can be debilitating, making day-to-day activities impossible. Some people with depression lose interest in activities that used to bring them pleasure, become unable to care for ...

tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/UnableToCry

Something terrible has happened, but a character finds him or herself unable to shed tears. (Or at least, says s/he can't). In the classic scenario, a bereaved hero will angst (or Wangst) over their inability to cry for a dead loved one, lamenting that they must be a terrible person, dried up and dead inside, a monster! They never ...

scienceline.org/2007/04/ask-sergo-nocrying

Apr 16, 2007 ... Aside from a numbing form of depression, the inability to cry may be caused by a rare affliction called Familial Dysautonomia (FD), or Riley-Day Syndrome. While someone with FD experiences emotions like anyone else, they're born without the reflex necessary to produce tears: crying becomes a dry ...

www.depression-understood.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=30579

So,I've been struggling with depression for several years now, and I've noticed something recently that's been bothering me. No matter how sad I get, and sadness is something I deal with every day, I don't ever cry.I feel all this emotion building up inside me and it's driving me insane. I think I've cried twice ...

www.quora.com/Why-cant-I-cry-anymore-even-when-Im-sad

The first reasons means that for some or reason you are unable to letting yourself become sad enough to cry. From a CBT perspective this could be because you are using some kind of cognitive strategy (i.e supressing emotions, thinking instead of feeling, and others) to handle distress. Or it could be that you use a ...

www.wikihow.com/Cry-and-Let-It-All-Out

Jan 3, 2017 ... How to Cry and Let It All Out. How long has it been since you last had a good, hard cry? Crying actually makes you feel better right away, because it's your body's method of releasing stress. But if you've gone months or years without...