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I've always looked for a reason why I am so emotionally deprived, and I've found it: Intimacy disorder. Or at least how you explain it. I was never social growing up, and now in college I find it nearly impossible to be so. There's no one I can turn to and I am constantly at a state of bodily malaise. My depression is starting to come back; I can feel it. My lack of "social intelligence" is making it hard to function.
Am I just broken, because I can't seem to do anything to fix this. I don't know what to do.
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