I agree with everyone else's encouragement to read and reflect upon the things you have experienced. Encountering new martial may allow you to get new ideas or feel something. Moreover, looking at you experiences may encourage your writing to become more connected with your senses.To be honest, I sympathized with you as soon as I saw your question, " Is there anyway to have real feelings?" I apologize right now if you don't feel connected to what I am about to say. But, I can't help thinking the same exact phrase when I write as well. I write a lot of poems/stories about corruption, abuse, and death, and I for one have not experienced some of those listed things. I feel disconnected at the end of a verse.
So, I think is this what I really am. Again, I'm sorry if this is not what you were feeling as you wrote this. I just want to know, I have had the same words in my head. Yet, I found that reading did help... I also found that talking to others helped as well. Just listening to the words, and my thoughts as they left my lips made me feel connected to what I wanted my writing to be about...still, if you are introverted I don't want to see you push yourself. Maybe, what would help would be to keep a dream journal.
I mean, I read a psyche book once, and it said that dreams can show some of our subconscious thoughts. So, why not get in touch with that? even if you are the type that does not dream often, when you have the rare moment that you do you feel something. I know that I have. Also, I suggest writing when you just feel something. Again, I apologize if I'm not following what you were asking about correctly. But, I just know that no one is without feeling, at least not completely. I normally feel so disconnected from myself. But, I just sometimes get a burst of something occasionally. when that happens it's the best. Yet, if you don't wish to do so that's fine. I just recommend. taking the time to look at things new and old, and read, and dream, and maybe talk. Who knows maybe you will feel something new. But, regardless I sympathize.I'm sorry if this wasn't what you are looking for, but I really get the sense that you could be great. It's just finding what you have been ignoring, or missing is what is causing these thoughts. If you wish to spend some time bouncing ideas off I don't mind doing so. You are more than welcome to PM me. I really hope things will resolve themselves, you seem like a kind writer.