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inter vs. intrapersonal

[ in-tur ]
verb (used with object),
  1. to place (a dead body) in a grave or tomb; bury.
  2. to place (a cremation urn) in an aboveground niche or in a grave or tomb: Her ashes were interred at the crematorium.
  3. to put into the earth.
  4. to forget or remove from consideration; abandon: Your dreams may be interred by social expectations and the demands of maturity.
[ in-truh-pur-suh-nl ]
  1. existing or occurring within the self or within one's mind: People with high intrapersonal intelligence are aware of their strengths and weaknesses.Intrapersonal conflict can lead to emotional stress.

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