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What’s Your Emotional Style, And How Attentive Are You To Emotions?

An interesting new book: __________ And a nice contrast of emotional styles:

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Think v. Blink: When Reasoning, Should You Be Attentive to Your Emotional States?

When reasoning, should you be attentive to your emotional states? I say yes. To illustrate why, let’s pretend that a friend of yours comes to you with the following claim: I’m pregnant. Should you believe her? Perhaps your blink (your first visceral … Continue reading

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You feel what you feel

And it’s okay to be honest about it. When someone says that your emotional response does not fit the situation, tell them about Meursault in Albert Camus’s The Stranger and share with them this song from the 1970s:

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