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Hi

Do you find these sentences correct and natural, especially the yellow parts? Any suggestions are welcome.

(Writer speaking to the media about the atrocious treatment of his friend by the police)

I did not write this article influenced by emotions; I was very well aware of my action while I was writing it.

I did not write this article controlled by emotions; I was very well aware of my action while I was writing it.

I did not write this article guided by emotions; I was very well aware of my action while I was writing it.

Thanks,

Tom

PS: Is the green phrase grammatically correct?
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I only like the first one, actually.
Thanks, MM.

Have I worded the green phrase correctly? atrocious treatment of his friend by the police?

Tom
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It seems fine.
personally, I would use the third sentence.
Emotions don't 'guide' well-- they are too uncontrollable.
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Hi Mr.Tom,

The first one is right to me.

And the green part........I think 'on' is better than 'of'...

And when you are speaking to the media.....I think 'I do not speak this' is better....

Thank you.
Thank you for the correction...
The correct one should be the first.