Many people honour and hold reason and logic in higher regard than emotions.
We accuse those who are more in touch with their feelings of being 'emotional' or 'sensitive' though I don't know a slur for using too much logic or reason, except in Adam Grant's book 'Think Again' where he refers to 'logic bullies' - those who put others down or dismiss others by using their own logic.
Logic and reason are important skills but your thoughts are less important than your feelings and if you don't know how to tap into or listen accurately to your feelings you're going to live a half life, and you're likely to hurt a lot of people on the way.
Your emotions are a compass and your logic the magnetic field needed to make it work accurately.
Your life, your choice!
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