October 5, 2018

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      We saw two posts about emotions and feelings. Today we will see emotions that only in their original language!

      Kilig – in the Philippine culture, Kilig is what you feel when you interact with someone you love or find attractive.

      Oleka: the fear that life is short and impossible to hold on to. Some people say this word is from Greece, but don’t really know if this is true.

      Foreskelt: in the Norwegian culture, foreskelt  is the euphoria you feel when you first fall in love.

 

Wanna know more?  Access the original https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.completecoherence.mastery&hl=pt_BR to expand your emotional culture.       

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• 3: https://cdn.psychologytoday.com/sites/default/files/field_blog_entry_images/children-love.jpg

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