A moment of personal candor…
dysphoria (dys·pho·ri·a): / dis FOHR ee uh /
(1) a state of feeling dissatisfied, unhappy, depressed, anxious, or unwell
[From Greek dysphoria meaning “distress, malaise, discomfort,” from dysphoros meaning “hard to bear,” from pherein meaning “to bear.”]
Usage: [via] So it is with a certain sense of dysphoria that I see these numbers and am forced to ask myself precisely how a group that has for so long struggled in a similar manner can so easily—and in such large numbers—find it within themselves to visit the same misfortunes and mistreatments on another class of people.