I'm 20,000 words into a novel with multiple first person viewpoints, and concurrently writing a story with another first person viewpoint. When I write first person views, I tend to make them quite personal (very similar to diary entries), and the characters internally react to situations in my stories. My question is, normally the accepted rule is show, don't tell (which I really enjoy writing in the third person), but I go literally the other way around with in the first person, with my character (intentionally, as it's most natural with how I write) telling how how they feel, how they think others are feeling etc. etc. Do you think this comes across as cumbersome (obviously generally, as almost any question in this forum can be answered with "it depends on how well you write it"), and if so, how would you change it? Do you normally write the first person as a very personal prose?