It just depends on the decision at hand. Most of the time I make decisions based on my emotions. This seems to work out well for me.
I make decisions based on reason not on emotion, I have to know why I am doing it and for what I am making up my mind, it also depends on what I am making these decisions
its strictly reason, because i need complete answer of why and how. But ironically sometime emotions can be the reason for the decisions.
As much as I try to made a decision based on facts and reason in most instances I follow and trust my instincts, especially about people and relationships. Even when contemplating major life choices like a career change or moving to a new city it's always about how it "makes me feel." Great question.
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