Not really. I think the sapir whorf hypothesis is bull
...no, vocabulary is related to intelligence...(the mental plane)...and emotions are related to one's heart....there is something called emotional intelligence that speaks to this very thing...
...I get what you are saying...sometimes, there are absolutely no words for what we are feeling, but that doesn't invalidate what our heart is feeling...emotions are like music...there is a flow...a feeling...& you know the way music can make you feel...it's almost impossible to describe...
....ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh, there is so much more to this question than I realized...there is nothing wrong with not being able how to explain h.ow you feel...the person just needs to look into your eyes & really "see" what's there...be gentle & suggest some possible feelings...that's what you do with small children & animals...they aren't able to express fully with words, & yet we often know exactly what they are feeling....this person better be nice to you Hermey!!!
I.....its just....you know
I think filtering against ones emotions takes a lot of heart. If we can't put out own feelings into words it does not invalidate what we are feeling.
Huh, or maybe just a brain that doesn't think with words.
It could be. Or it could be that they're so overwhelmed by their emotions that they simply can't slow themselves down to find the words.
******' what? nah,
No, just uneducated or too young to express ourself.