I'd almost like to say that title says all, but few words should be written for explanation.
I'm enjoying various feelings and the information and joy the give me. Also, the drama. However, I'm always at odds with statements like these:
-I just looked him in the eyes and shake his hands, and I knew he's a man to be trusted. I signed that deal.
-I got an awful vibe from that neighborhood! I would never put my child to that place.
-His words spoke one thing and his expression spoke another. His words made a perfectly logical explanation. I didn't believe it, for his face told another story.
those were three example statements some would classify as "thinking with feelings" or something to that effect. I think otherwise.
Feeling is nowhere near thinking in it's capability to find truths, classify, to form coherent system of statements, or frankly, anything that has any measurable aspect to it.
I enjoy various feelings. Feelings form the basis of what I like and what I despise. But to name any of that affection or subjective bias as "thinking" is doing a disservice to this cognitive function. Feeling isn't thinking. One doesn't reach conclusions with feeling to the same effect one does with thinking. The conclusions aren't transferrable, provable or relevant to the same effect as the conclusions reached with thinking.
Then again, should we all just think and do nothing else? Not at all. It's just that the human capability to feeling is ill-suited to unfamiliar concepts or things we don't have much to feel about, say algebra. Feeling is no replacement for thinking. Any reasonable and complete person should do both: think, and feel. Yet, I wouldn't personally recommend anyone to "feel" themselves through some tough problems. I'd ask them to think.
edit: for those who doubt, this message was written with the help of whole bunch of feelings. My point proven.