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The keyword appears to be "sometimes". Many people find repressive coping to be helpful, but of course that's not the case for everyone. If you'd rather be expressive, then be expressive. I don't think Ruth Davis Konigsberg is trying to take that away from anyone.
As for evidence, I'd recommend checking out the work of George Bonanno.
Minds in machines: comparing biological and synthetic intelligence.
Emotions cause other emotions, as when people’s fears cause them to be angry.
Trust is an emotional brain state, not just an expectation of behavior.
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