The question is whether the emotions are so intense you cannot/will not control them and whether the emotions interfere with others activities.
* righteous anger isn't bad if it leads you do to good, yet hating someone's views and then trying to deny them their right to freedom of speech because you think your offended feelings are more important than their right to free speech
* when the desire and impulses trump reason, such as eating to excess, using drugs to feel good, engaging in sex based on impulse regardless of the impact on your personal life
* when you see your emotions as the basis and justification for a decision and trumping the rights and concern of others, such as feeling like a woman is reason enough to demand a biologically intact man getting to use women's changing rooms and women's shelters or someone feeling that others are somehow aggressive by their mere existence is justification for demanding segregation, in short, seeing those irrational and extreme feelings as a basis for forcing society to accommodate you
by swiftkicks3 years ago
How do I get my boyfriend to make decisions taking my feelings into account? (he often does not...which leaves me upset and then he refuses to discuss it with me further.) I'm at my wits end.
by AntonOfTheNorth6 years ago
Given that the god/no god debate gets so unneccessarily emotional at times, I wonder. . .Is the feeling experienced by the theist when confronted with the notion of a reality without god not exactly the same feeling...
by Charlu5 years ago
Are showing signs of pain (emotional or physical) a sign of weakness, character, or neither and why?
by Eric Cramer4 years ago
Are you a good person? What is the basis for your opinion?
by lovi1435 years ago
If you are in a bad mood, do you prefer to be alone?If you are in a bad mood, do you prefer to be alone?
by Nrjsh6 years ago
Why good people has to suffer a lot in his life?If there is any God,why does he have to test a person and make him suffer even if he haven't done anything wrong in his life...
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