THE EMOTION VERSUS REASON LIST HELPS YOU TO MODERATE YOUR RESPONSES EFFECTIVELY IN YOUR RELATIONSHIPS.
When a struggle between your emotions and your rational mind ensues within you over an issue, it becomes quite expedient to make a list that distinguishes your emotional promptings from your rational arguments.
The Emotions Versus Reason List allows you to become conscious of your emotions without allowing them to hijack you.
To make an Emotion Versus Reason List, take a blank piece of paper and divide it with a vertical line. On one side, outline the promptings of your emotions; and on the other side, the dictates of your reason.
Search through your list and pinpoint areas where your emotions are clouding your judgement and positions where your reason is ignoring important messages from your emotions.
You will invite in trouble if you allow your emotions to lead you without being tempered by your reason. You should also get off acting like a robot without feeling.
The Emotion Versus Reason List gets you up to offer a balanced, productive response, incorporating moderated elements of your emotion and reason, to situations in your relationships.