How do you respond most of the time, with your heart or your head?
always use my head. In fact most men do the same and most women prefers heart when making decisions. This is way it's common that men make better decisions basically. No offence against women here, it's just how nature made it.
I won't touch the response but fanatik_afka but I respond with my head most of the time. My wife is trying, ever so patiently, to get me to respond with my heart when it is appropriate. It's not easy for me being analytical by nature but there are times when it is appropriate to respond from my heart.
Most of the time, it's with my heart. To be honest, I rarely respond to a situation with my head. And I don't live with many regrets
It really depends on the situation. But most of the time, I live with the rule that says to use my head first. I can always remember what one of my mentors told me before, that God has put our brains higher than our hearts so that we may use it first before relying on our own emotions. Emotions can be very deceiving sometimes, most especially when we are hurt, which is manifested by speaking things that we may regret later. In my own humble opinion, one should learn to balance the use of his heart and mind. For me I prefer to use my head first, and then my heart before doing things... although I am a woman
My own emotional issues -- heart 60% head 40%
Logical issues -- head 80% heart 20%
Other's emotional issues - head 80% heart 20%
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