When particle physicists said interaction, I interpreted it as force.
So, when I heard that elementary particles interact with the Higgs field, which confers them with mass, I thought this must be a force as well. But, particle physicists make it clear that there are only four fundamental forces. So is the Higgs force the fifth force?
I checked up on some more information. So, if interaction with Higgs field, flips the chirality of a lepton, then surely this chirality flipping force is the fifth fundamental force, is it not?
Edit: Though the linked question is similar to my question, the answers there are a bit too technical for me. Even the question is worded in a more mature way. There is no way I can understand the answers there.