“Q. How did that make you feel?
A. No idea.
Q. Oh, come on. How did it make you feel?
A. I don’t know. I know what you expect me to say, and I know what kind of response you're hoping I'll give you, and I know how other people might feel if they were in my position, and I know that I'm supposed to feel something, because this was a very traumatic event. But I don’t know how I feel, even though I know there are feelings somewhere inside me. It's just that I can't possibly verbalize what that feeling feels like.
Q. Why don’t you just try? Who cares if you're wrong? What is the harm in being wrong?
A. Because why would I want to get something wrong just so it will make more sense to you? It still won't make any sense to me.”
-Chuck Klosterman, Eating the Dinosaur (very entertaining book by the way.)
I'd say more, but I don't know what to say.