Last Tuesday I saw a psychiatrist for the first time of my own volition. Told her how I felt, how I felt empty inside and that I didn't really experience any emotion at all, and that I had no sex drive. But since I told her that I was calm and rational in pretty much any situation, that I don't recall a single instance of being angry, she said she didn't believe I had depression and that I was pretty much the perfect human being and that she wished all her other patients were like me (I'm guessing she deals with a lot of bipolar people). But I suppose she doesn't feel there can be an other extreme to that scale, where instead of being too emotional, a person can be too robotic.
I know it sounds boastful, but she did say all that, and I was surprised a bit that she actually said something like that and that she didn't believe there was anything wrong with me as far as she could see (I guess zero sex drive and saying you don't feel much of anything isn't a concern).
But with her opinion formed, she seemed rather confused as to why I was even there. She probably felt she was missing something, since she probably recognized that if she really thought this kid was so well-off mentally, he'd have no reason for being here, so she wrote a prescription anyways. We'll see if it works.