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    peppy_man is offline Member
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    Default think with one's head or heart

    (1) I always think with my head.
    (2) I always think with my heart.
    I'd like to know the difference between (1) and (2).
    Thank you.

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    Default Re: think with one's head or heart

    head = logic
    heart = emotion, passion

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    Default Re: think with one's head or heart

    tdol, thank you for your response.
    So, "think with one's head" means "think logically" and "think with one's heart" means "think emotionally". I've heard "think with one's stomach". I guess this means "to always think about eating".

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