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Untranslatable Emotions: Feelings That are Hard to Explain


  We all experience feelings that are extremely difficult to explain or put into words. This happens because we either lack the ability to express them or because there are no terms in our language to do so. Both realities are equally common. These feelings are called untranslatable emotions One example might be a three or four-year-old child who gets frustrated, bursts into tears, and has a tantrum because they still lack adequate emotional intelligence. They know that they’re feeling many things at the same time, but they don’t know how to say out loud what’s happening to them. Therefore,…

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Chantal Maille
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