Do people think with their feelings and emotions?
Many a times we experience conflict arising from people due to their arguments which were personalized.
No one ever thinks with feelings and emotions, they are different things.
While feelings and emotions are generally more responsible for our decisions and actions than our conscious thoughts, they are different from thinking. Thinking is the part that we consciously do to try to rationalize what we've already done or decided to do based on emotions and feelings.
Yes, they also think how can they feel their emotions without thinking. That is why we have this questions to our self
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