Emotional Detachment: What is it and how does it happen?

Emotional detachment refers to three psycological processes:

  1. The inability of someone to connect with others at an emotional level
  2. A method of dealing with fear or anxiety by cutting off from either ones own feelings and emotions or distancing themself from an anxiety trigger
  3. A result of a traumatic experience where the individual becomes generally dissociated from their own feelings and and emotions which in turn usually leads to an inability to connect with others as 1 above.

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