Mental Health

Emotional Flatlining… What is it? [Video]

Emotional Flatlining… What is it?

What is emotional flatlining? We do these things because they’re enjoyable and we get pleasure out of them. However, what if you stopped feeling enjoyment out of normally fun activities? This is what’s known as anhedonia, otherwise recognized as emotional flatlining. The resulting numbness of this condition can be overwhelming and scary, however, it’s something that not everyone knows about. In this video, we’ll be discussing anhedonia and shed some light on the lesser-known details.

Disclaimer: This video is for informative purposes only. It is important to see a doctor or other mental health professional if you feel that you feel that you are struggling.

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Writer: Sidney Thompson
Script Editor: Morgan Franz
Script Manager: Kelly Soong
VO: Amanda Silvera
Animator: Vanessa Valdivia
YouTube Manager: Cindy Cheong


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