However you did say that you acknowledge emotion only so you can
Please understand that (I can't speak for all feelers and you may not agree from your own experience but) as a feeler I try to
It is always difficult to know whether to include emotions in the process or not, all I have been trying to suggest is that they key to a happier life is learning how to integrate them, as is seems you have started trying to, rather than how to neutralize them or how to better ignore them.
These things called emotions are, in my opinion, a very very basic almost animistic response to our environment. It seems to me that it is as rational to include them in decisions making as it is feelings of tiredness and hunger. I accept that, in the same way that eating every time one felt like it leads to being overweight, too much emphasis on ones emotional state can lead to a serious problem in the decision making process, but trying to find ways to best neutralize those feelings could leave you emotionally Mal nourished in the same way that effectivly shutting off feeling hunger could physically.