the very idea of using emotions to motivate people doesn’t sit well with me. I’m a firm believer in the idea that we should always be truthful and have the right to be wrong. What I find difficult is when people in power are allowed to use emotions to justify their actions.
I don’t know why I’m talking to you about this, but I feel like I need to get my thoughts out there, so I’m going to.
It is ethically wrong to use emotional appeals to “push” people into a certain kind of action against their will. But that doesn’t mean it is ethically wrong, and that is where I feel you and I completely disagree about ethical issues. I think emotions shouldn’t be used to get people into a certain kind of action. If we have that choice, we should always be able to decide what kinds of actions we take and how we do them.
The example I gave is about a friend of mine who was in a very emotional and passionate car accident. She was driving a new Mercedes and was going 100+mph. It was a very fast paced car and she was very upset that she was going to die. Her friends, who were all very non-emotional, said to her, “Why are you upset? You are going to die. You will die in a car accident. You are just lucky you survived the other car crash.
This friend responded by saying to her, no, you’re only allowed to cry if your life is in danger. You could feel your heart pound as you said that, but your emotional appeals were not allowed to be emotional. We live in a society where we are constantly told that we should be emotional, that we should only cry when we have been hurt and that we should feel good about ourselves when we do something that is good or just right.
This is the problem with the emotional appeals. In today’s society, we have to be very careful to not offend someone, especially someone we love, and there is no room for emotional appeals in that. We are constantly encouraged to be more polite and less emotional, and this can actually be a very bad thing. So now, we have to be very careful to not offend people.
The use of emotional appeals in a social setting isn’t that much different from what goes on in the bedroom. We are constantly being told to be more polite and less emotional, and this can actually be a very bad thing. The problem is that we’re also being told this is better for our mental health and the emotional well-being of our partner. Now that’s a lot of pressure to take on, especially when you’re in the middle of a long term relationship.
It is ethically wrong to use emotional appeals in a social setting. But that still doesnt mean that you can’t be emotional in a social setting. It means that you have to be aware of the boundaries and what can and can not be used in a social setting. You dont need to overuse your emotions. It will not be a good idea to use a lot of them.
The problem is when we do, it becomes the problem. It’s because we over use our emotions that we can end up doing something that we may not feel is right and we lose out on the long term benefits of our relationship. And the emotional argument is really just a distraction.
There is nothing wrong with a little emotional appeal, but if you do, make sure you have an agreement in place about it. If you dont, it is ethically wrong. If you can over use your emotions without losing out on your relationship, you will always have a valid reason why. Most people do this with a lot of the same emotions they use with their spouses, which is a bad idea.