One man's reason is another man's folly.<br />
i feel as if sometimes its unreasonable to be reasonable.
To behave unreasonably when warranted by the demands of a particular situation, is in fact, reasonable behaviour.
Works for me.
It is best to be unreasonable when discussing something with a child that the child needs to do for the child's personal benefit. I have found that a child can be much older than I am at age 62.
If by "unreasonable" you mean "uncompromising" then I suppose that would be true. It's also good in a contest or conflict to act unpredictably on occasion to confuse your enemies.
HI SallySea <br />
No of course it is not. It may be understandable but unreason can never be reason. That is obvious.<br />
For the record the whole point of being reasoned in your thinking is to avoid loosing it and becoming upset. We think best when we think not emote. emotions are best used for happy things where loosing control is fun IMHO. When matters are serious the last thing you want to do is be unreasonable however much other people may want that of you. It is a great way of depowering or weakening someone. Make them crack.<br />
Reason is you not cracking!<br />
Best wishes<br />