I have a question about a word I rather hope exists in the English language. Perhaps one of you can help me.
So, the word "schadenfreude", borrowed from German, means to take pleasure in the sufferings of others. Here's what I want to know: is there a word to describe the feeling of pleasure one derives from forcing another person to do the right thing, in ADDITION to the pleasure one feels because that person is made so miserable in the process? "The right thing" could be to satisfy their responsibilities if they have failed to do so in the past, work hard if they've historically been exceptionally lazy, or something else along those lines. Basically, making a person who is somehow awful toe the line, snap to, shape up, clean up their act, whatever--they're made to do right, they hate every second of it, and the person who's forcing them to do better when they'd really rather just keep being a sucky excuse for a human is loving every minute of it. THAT feeling.
Interested to see if this gets any responses and looking forward to what they might be! Feel free to ask for better examples or more clarity if necessary.