12 Emotions We Feel But Can’t Explain

Do you feel as if something has happened before? Or experienced that intense feeling while looking into the eyes of another? There are many such feelings we have which go beyond the feelings of sadness, happiness, anger and so on, but we do not have a word to express our feeling. Check out the words below which are so apt to describe some obscure emotions we experience but can’t name:


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  1. Liberosis:

Most adults experience this at some point or the other! This is the feeling that you wish to be a child again, without a care in the world.  A desire to care less about things, of being liberated from the cares and responsibilities of being an adult.

2. Déjà vu:

You’ve probably experienced this feeling: when you feel that you are repeating an event or you’ve been someplace before. Memory psychologists believe that this is caused by features from a past experience that is triggered by features of the new experience when they are in some way similar.

3. Adronitis:

This one too is experienced by most people – the feeling of frustration when you meet someone new and want your relationship to develop quickly, but you know it won’t. You do recognize the fact that it takes time to get to know someone, but still can’t help wanting your take your relationship to the next level as fast as possible.


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