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I was listening to The Science of Success No Hard Feelings: Your Complete Guide To Dealing With Emotions At Work with Liz Fosslien & Mollie West Duffy and among all exciting ideas I've gained a new way of looking at emotions:
Emotions are data, not direction. - Susan David
You want to acknowledge your emotions. Notice what you feel. But don't treat it as truth or proof of your opinion.
If you prefer an article from a podcast, then I recommend reading: E.Flexibility – Our Emotions are Data Not Direction
Opinions Are Not Facts
That's another useful way of understanding discussions. What parts of it are facts, and what are opinions?
The article that I've found going deeper: It’s a fact: opinions are not facts.