Symptoms of anhedonia include negative feelings related to one's self and other people. Social withdrawal manifests as losing interest in existing relationships and an inability to form new relationships. This condition also reduces a person's ability to feel and express emotions. A decline in verbal and nonverbal expressions and difficulty adjusting to new social situations is common. People experiencing anhedonia often display fake emotions when at public events such as weddings or funerals.
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