Knowing the Narcissist : How to Tackle Emotional Thinking
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2 thoughts on “Knowing the Narcissist : How to Tackle Emotional Thinking”
This came at just the right time.
After spectating the blog’s recent activities, I find myself very confused as to the distinction between emotions and emotional thinking.
HG, as a realist, you know that humans have evolved the capacity for emotion, and therefore it is only natural that we will experience them.
You aren’t telling us not to have emotions. but to avoid making decisions based solely on them, correct?
To aid us in doing so, a lot of your work is aimed at helping us reduce very strong emotions which hamper our thinking, ie GOSO.
I can contest firsthand how much it works.
Finding and utilizing your material cut my post-breakup grieving/distress/mental anguish by a good 75 percent. Same with the yo-yo-ing/hoovering.
The relationship was definitively over months, perhaps even years, earlier than it would have been.
But what about situations like the one we just experienced on the blog?
What’s the difference between emotionally valid reactions and emotional thinking?
If you are hesitant to answer lest it stirs the pot again, perhaps I can ask again at a later date.
Thanks for reading.
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