Dealing with Anhedonia

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I've been having it for months now, can someone suggest how to get over it?
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Is a GP/psychiatrist aware?
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Is a GP/psychiatrist aware?
No, and my family is neither aware nor would be supportive if they knew.
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No, and my family is neither aware nor would be supportive if they knew.
How old are you? I would suggest seeing a GP.
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Doctors can definitely help you with this kind of thing even if your family wont. Anhedonia is commonly caused by depression, add (if there’s an issue of executive function thats preventing you from wanting to do things) and similar neurological roadbumps. How long has it been affecting you for and in what ways does it affect you? These are questions that’ll make it easier for us to understand your situation a little more so we can offer you better advice. Good luck man i’ve struggled w this in the past so i can answer any questions you might have. You can also dm me if you like
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