Alright so i'm making a great deal of progress with my methylation protocol and this particular issue has improved somewhat along the way but it's still one of the main deterrents from me being able to engage in social activity in a totally natural way. My facial expressions are blocked, they just don't flow with what I'm doing, saying, or thinking. I generally have to manufacture them myself as I go and sometimes because of this I can't maintain them in a normal way or look at someone in the face with excitement as my expressions are bizarre to say the least at times. There's a big disconnect there, it's very bizarre. It gets severely worse after drinking for the entire rest of the next day. At times it makes me come off as if I didn't like what someone said because I kind just can't keep up with the interaction. Has there been anything in particular that anyone in here has found that has helped them with this, or do many others have this issue as well? I've been talking with a few people but their problem with this doesn't seem as severe as mine. It also goes hand in hand with the inability to maintain natural eye contact and even looking at things can be difficult. My eyes dart, they don't exactly flow and go where I'm moving them. Extremely annoying. Lithium seems to have helped the most but I'm not quite there yet. I do find that the better I do cognitively the more that my expressions return to normal, in an almost 1:1 state but if I could find something to help in the meantime that would be preferable. Thanks guys!