"The attribution of human emotions and experiences to God is regarded by the biblical authors themselves as a problem of anthropomorphism, not necessarily an advantage over non-anthropomorphic descriptions of God. To affirm simply that the divine nature is passible is to open a Pandora's box of theological problems."
Paul Gavrilyuk, "Theopatheia: Nestorius's main charge against Cyril of Alexandria," Scottish journal of theology 56, no. 2 (2003): 196. The key word there is "simply": "For Cyril, both qualified divine impassibility and qualified divine passibility were necessary for a sound theology of incarnation."