Post written by Dr. Niamh Clune---"Thinking Versus Feeling!"
This is brilliantly written. “Feeling” as the only rational function of “Thinking” – it is so true. It helps me to explain why I can experience anger or depression and step out consciously while still being aware these emotions are happening in me and I can explain to my partner what is happening inside of me as though separate from the emotions. What to do about switching into another emotion, that is the part that I haven’t figured out yet. It brings a clearer understanding to it by reading what Dr. Clune wrote in her post “Thinking Versus Feeling!” This series has been important to me and I think and hope for others. Emotional Fitness (TM). a great Trademark. An interesting distinction between emotions and feelings. The post "Thinking Versus Feeling" is a very important and intelligent concept to understand. Go to the "Thinking Versus Feeling! Post to get a clearer understanding of what Dr. Niamh Clune is writing about "Emotional Fitness (TM)." This series is excellent and is giving me an understanding that seems to be what I need to hear at this time. The last one on "Do You Cry?" and this one "Thinking Versus Feeling!" have already helped me in more ways than I probably even know. Thank you, Dr. Niamh Clune for your brilliant post. J.K. the secret keeper ps. Please check out the beginning of this series as well as this post which is the second in the series, it is quite enlightening. I intend to follow the complete series as it develops. I can't wait to see what Dr. Clune has waiting for us next in this series on "Emotional Fitness (TM)." The Emotions and Feelings are a field of study in which I am most interested.