Though you have provided information about yourself and your symptoms, it’s not enough to provide a diagnosis. Diagnosis is impossible over the Internet. You should consult a therapist who can interview you in person and collect a thorough psychosocial history. He or she would be in the best position to determine what might be wrong.
I’m wondering how long you have had these symptoms. You said that you don’t connect with people emotionally. What exactly do you mean? Has it always been that way? Did something change recently?
You also mentioned that you “don’t enjoy anything anymore.” “Anymore” implies that you were once able to enjoy aspects of life. Feeling apathetic and having an inability to feel joy (anhedonia) may be signs of depression, or perhaps not.
Do you have a history of drug use? Many people who have used drugs have described similar feelings. Perhaps you are experiencing the aftereffects of drug use.
When something is wrong, you shouldn’t ignore it. Writing this letter is your taking notice of your symptoms and showing concern. It’s a good first step. Your next step should be undergoing an evaluation with a mental health professional. I wish you the best of luck. Please take care.
Dr. Kristina Randle