Leidenfreude

Leidenfreude

n.
a sense of paradoxical relief when something bad happens to you, which temporarily lowers your own expectations for yourself, transforming a faceless protagonist into something of an underdog, who’s that much easier to root for.

German Leiden, suffering + Freude, joy. Compare Schadenfreude, joy at the misfortune of others. Pronounced "lahyd-n-froi-duh.:

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Aesthosis

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The Whipgraft Delusion

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Povism

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Anderance

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