Right, sorry for taking so long to reply.
Anyway, nah i dont think i have any of those disorders, its probably just "reaction formation" because i am the sort of person that smiles a lot to hide my real feelings.
I use to have good control of my emotions, i was the sort of person that never cried or felt like crying, i could turn my emotions on and off pretty easy. Its only since around the time of joining this site that i've felt like i've lost control. I told my therapist about it and she started telling me about how my bucket is probably full, my old way of coping with things isn't working ect. . . so i dunno.
And one last question: when you find yourself laughing or smiling at things that you don't find appropriate, do you realise in that moment that it's not funny? Or does that happen later? Does anything else happen in your mind when you are laughing?
I always realize at the moment, like my thoughts and then outward emotions wouldn't be the same, that make sense?. I'd be thinking "jesus thats terrible" but at the same time holding my self back from a fit of laughter. It doesn't happen all the time but still...
I asked my therapist if i had been diagnosed yet but she wouldn't give me a proper answer, said something about not wanting to put a label on it, she did give me her opinion tho, and that was that i was just depressed and anxious, maybe SA but not Avpd as i told her i thought i had when we first met.
I'm pretty sure i do/did have avpd though.