I suppose this is part of my nature. It's likely due to the fact that I feel that anyone I do not know is less of importance to me therefore the lack of emotional response. Whereas those I know are part of my life.Because my feelings are not something just anyone can witness. Emotions I can show to people I trust, won't show them at any given moment, cause its dangerous and can cause a lot of trouble. I think dealing with your emotions when you are alone is feels much better, and is something you won't regret. However, stating emotions in a not very emotional manner is okay I guess.
That didn't come from reading, it came from personal observations. Most NTs I've met have been this way.It really depends on the NT. Try not to read so many generalizations about NT around the forum, it will give you a flawed perception of NT and emotions. The NT in my reality aren't over the top emotionally, although they show emotion just like the rest of us. So no, not all NT hate emotions, some actually like it and are more emotional than me, yeah can you believe that, more emotional than a feeler, true story.
Interesting. So in a relationship, when emotional issues do come up, the right way to go about dealing with them is to be as to the point and "undramatic" as possible?An NT friend told me I'm very easy to read - if I'm happy I look happy, if I'm angry, I look angry etc. I don't mind showing my emotions as long as I don't have to talk about them too much.