I'll begin by defining, via wikipedia.org. "In psychology, Anhedonia is an inability to experience pleasure from normally pleasurable life events such as eating, exercise, and social or sexual interaction." "Researchers theorize that anhedonia may result from the breakdown in the brain's reward system, involving dopamine pathways. Two 2005 studies by Paul Keedwell MD of King's College found that certain sections of the brain in depressed subjects had to work harder to process happy thoughts." I'm sure a few of you here on INFJ Forum have heard of this disorder before, maybe even experienced it (or at least researched it to an extent). How I developed it is a different post entirely, but I'm positive that this is the condition best suited to my "hollow" feel. Yes I've considered Dysthymia, but I still believe that Anhedonia is the best way to describe it. I guess I'll just ask for anything pertaining to Anhedoina, e.g. Anectodes, facts, reverse methods, etc. Anybody?