17 Everyday Emotions which you Feel but cannot Explain
This is not just a list; your brain may not accept it.
Have you ever experienced any difficulty to express your feelings? Because in your dictionary you don’t find that exact word, which describes that emotion best. Don’t worry it happens with everyone. Here are some words from the Dictionary of Obscure Sorrows, which is full of these kinds of words
n. the frustration of being stuck in just one body, that inhabits only one place at a time,
— which is like standing in front of the departures screen at an airport, flickering over with strange place names like other people’s passwords, each representing one more thing you’ll never get to see before you die — and all because, as the arrow on the map helpfully points out, you are here.
n. the desire to be struck by disaster — to survive a plane crash, to lose everything in a fire, to plunge over a waterfall — which would put a kink in the smooth arc of your life, and forge it into something hardened and flexible and sharp, not just a stiff prefabricated beam that barely covers the gap between one end of your life and the other.
n. weariness with the same old issues that you’ve always had
— the same boring flaws and anxieties you’ve been gnawing on for years, which leaves them soggy and tasteless and inert, with nothing interesting left to think about, nothing left to do but spit them out and wander off to the backyard, ready to dig up some fresher pain you might have buried long ago.
adj. proud of a scar on your body, which is an autograph signed to you by a world grateful for your continued willingness to play with her, even when you don’t feel like it.