Anyone ever had issues with blunted affect? Wikipedia describes it as: I did not notice myself that I had this issue until I started noticing how others were acting towards me and what people said to me. Example: My car was messed up, wouldn't start consistently. My dad works on cars some so he came to take a look at it. He had thought previously that it was the fuel pump, which is about $200 plus it takes time and effort to switch out. When he checked the car out, he said he thought it might just be the plugs or whatever....he said if it was, it would only be a couple bucks to fix. I didn't really feel a particular lot about it, but didn't think much about it. Even when I don't feel something, I'd always put on a smile and speak in a happy voice. I told him that I was glad, etc, but he looked at me strange and eventually said "Aren't you glad that's all that might be wrong? Isn't it a good thing?". It was then that I realized I'd been speaking in monotone, not smiling, not anything. Another time, I was getting highlights at a salon. My roommate was there with me. The stylist kept asking me if I liked the highlights, if they were okay. I kept saying yes, that I liked them. I couldn't figure out why she kept asking. Then my roommate told me later that I looked blank faced and unhappy about something when talking to the stylist. He said one of the other employees there said to him about me "She looks not very pleased". I had zero idea that I looked that way. It's happened a couple other times too. Prior to maybe 6 months ago, I had never had this happen in my entire life. It is very strange. Anyone had issues with this?