Stoicism is Not about Suppressing Your Emotions if You Understand the Stoics' 3 Emotion Categories

Practicing Stoicism is not about suppressing your emotions as its critics believe

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When I discovered Stoicism, one of its critics' misconceptions was that practicing Stoicism can make you emotionless because Stoicism teaches you to be unemotional.

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Researcher and Practical Stoic with a soul of a writer. I write about the application of Stoicism, personal growth, and academic life to unlock your potential

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Jackson Weako

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Researcher and Practical Stoic with a soul of a writer. I write about the application of Stoicism, personal growth, and academic life to unlock your potential

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