Being “too emotional” seems implausible, perhaps even impossible. Is “too emotional” an oxymoron? Not Thinking and Feeling simultaneously, so that you cannot benefit from your feelings, is a genuine concern. While you may not be “too emotional,” you may act without cognition. It is also true that you tend to want to act when you feel uncomfortable or observe another’s discomfort. You want to “do something” to immediately relieve your own distress. Behavior without thought and intention, regardless of one’s emotional state, is immature and usually costly. Avoiding unthinking action requires direct, substantial, and continuing attention.
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