What is the Meaning & Definition of Tirri

Personal relationships can be focus of great satisfaction as the moments of friendship and shared in family spaces. However, personal relationships are complex as it shows the feeling of the tirri. The tirri refers to an extreme feeling of antipathy that may experience a person on the other without any objective reason.
I.e., the feeling of tirri may also be irrational to overflowing to the person when he feels antipathy to someone even if someone has not had a negative experience with that. It may occur that a person feel tirri to someone at work and this professional relationship produces feelings unpleasant as the emotional rejection, discomfort, anger, frustration, and tension in the relationship.


Apart from the special cases that are unique and unrepeatable there are some general situations in which many people have used the concept of tirri on occasion. Below, we list some of these examples in order to be able to clarify the meaning of this term in a more complete way.
When an alumnno says that common phrase "the teacher has me mania" is expressing the feeling of tirri. In the same way, a person can feel this feeling towards the new partner of his ex, even without knowing that someone but this antipathy stems from the connection with the facts, "that coworker is a perfect gift and shows me a constant antipathy", "I don't know why that classmate has me dislike".

Lack of objectivity

This sentiment expressed in all circumstances shows that the presence of that someone is uncomfortable and annoying. Often this feeling is most marked by the subjectivity of that interpretation by the objectivity of the facts.
Tirri sentiment can be even so unwarranted that it can arise from prejudice to believe that a person is in a way determined from its appearance, however, not known the person as it is. When a person has a hobby to another have difficulty even to recognize its virtues because just look at its flaws.
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