#18 Trusting Your Gut (with Intuitive / Medium Jill Willard)

True personal power comes when you can depend on yourself to make the important decisions in your life. Let’s be honest for half-a-minute, how intuitive are you? I feel your pain, girlfriend. I spent a lifetime questioning my ability to deal with difficult people. When I dated a man I was afraid to speak out about his unreliable, inconsiderate behavior because I might falsely accuse him and push him away. In a relationship I was afraid to confront a man about his deceptive, insensitive conduct because I might be overreacting and he would dump me. I married a man who was shifty and abusive. His excuses seemed logical and very convincing—and so I disregarded my intuitive voice, I suppressed my hurt feelings and I kept my mouth shut. I was afraid to confront a girlfriend who treated me unfairly.

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When you’re having trouble making decisions in your love life , people often say, “Just follow your intuition. Tuning into your intuition is far from easy — unless, that is, you’re a psychic. The [person] might be completely wrong for you [ Your intuition is silenced by your attraction. In a recent Bustle survey, more than 20 percent of respondents who said they’re currently single and dating said their number one frustration with dating is that nothing is sticking.

So how can you see past your early infatuation and figure out what your intuition is trying to tell you about a new romantic prospect, then?

Trust your gut. I posted a few weeks ago about a great date I had, and then my subsequent FB stalking that.

Your gut usually knows what the right thing to do on a date is. The challenge for many guys is learning to be in tune with that gut sense. A few weeks ago, I found myself grabbing drinks with a girl I met on a dating app. She was pretty cute, a career girl through and through. While texting beforehand, she mentioned she had been working weekends and late nights, but she still made time to meet me on a Sunday evening after another 8-hour day in an hour work week.

I ran a great game over drinks. We were laughing and vibing at a high energy level the whole time; we talked about Fifty Shades of Grey and sex for a bit, I shared some adventurous stories, and we developed a passionate energy.

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How many times have you been out with a foxy new someone only to have him do or say something that made your stomach lurch—and not in an I-wanna-make-babies-with-him-now way. Maybe he was nasty to your waiter. Then again, maybe there was nothing you could articulate, but he just felt off. How many times have you ignored that feeling? I was in the midst of a very long dry spell when my buddy Don offered to fix me up with his friend Robbie.

According to Don, Robbie was employed, funny, and somewhat attractive. Robbie called almost immediately. He was charming and hilarious and we made a plan to go out the following week. I was surprised when he called the next night, but happy to hear from him. I explained I was on my way out the door. I was put off, but when he called the next night, full of apologies, explanations, flattery and more apologies, I cautiously agreed to keep our date.

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If only you trust trusting into those insights more often, right? According to many researchers, intuition is far more material than it seems. Whether you pay attention or not can make all the difference. You might meet your future spouse – or meet your something. But she also notes that gut instincts know far from infallible.

You meet a guy who’s great on paper and things are going well. But you can’t ignore this nagging feeling in your gut that makes you wonder if.

I wanted to give it a shot, try and be open minded. As soon as I walked out my front door and saw him in person, I was immediately turned off and knew I wasn’t interested in him. We went on the date; I didn’t feel right backing out at that point. So I played it very uninterested on the date. He kept pursuing me afterwards, and I, repeatedly, clearly, refused him at least four times.

My friend looked at me and repeated his name for verification it was a pretty uncommon one. We looked him up on Facebook to confirm we were talking about the same person He had three sexual assault complaints against him. I had a patient who was doing great after a relatively minor surgery and was set to be discharged the next day. I just had a bad feeling about it ever since my shift started.

I kept checking in on him and he said he was completely fine. He went for a walk around the unit with the help of an aid. I offered to walk him myself.

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I know if I let my ego, or my partner, get in the way, I know where I end up, in a lot of pain. OMG Hopefull you sound exactly like me and what I you and went through. I was involved with a guy listen work strike 1 who was younger than me strike 2 who lied to me and told life he was divorced strike 3. At first I thought listening was around dating age but then when I suspected he was 10 years younger I have to admit I felt life and I was physically attracted to him. Mu gut and conscience screamed at me life I ignored them.

The Importance of Trusting Your Gut (And Tips to Do It Right) I knew I couldn’t trust him and I knew the relationship would end in disaster. I was dating a guy called Dan and getting bad feelings,anxiety,even though I was crazy for him.

Many moons ago I fell very hard for a man who was very wrong for me. I was infatuated with him immediately and the symphony of warning bells was drowned out by an inundation of emotions I had never felt before. Deep down, I knew something was off. I never felt that way about anyone before and the prospect of him not being on the same page was too painful a pill to swallow….

Your gut is a powerful tool in life and especially in relationships. The voice of your ego is loud and overpowering. He loves you. In a good, strong, healthy relationship, you feel loved and secure. You just feel at ease. Have you ever met someone and liked them right away even though you barely knew them? This is the unconscious at work. The point is, most of the time you already know the answer.

The problem is you wish it was a different answer and instead of accepting it, you whittle away what you know with rationalizations. Ask yourself a question and listen for the immediate answer.

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If the phrase “trust your gut” makes your blood boil because you just can’t connect with your instinct or because you struggle to differentiate between intuition and fear, you’re not alone. So how can we connect to our wise inner voice so that we make better decisions in work, life and love? To which I’d reply, “How on earth would I know? How am I supposed to know if it’s my gut, my fear or something else?

These conversations used to drive me crazy, as did my chronic indecision. I had a tendency to ask everyone for their opinions because I didn’t trust my own.

Even with online dating, we provide many logical metrics of what Instead, he went back to just trusting his gut, an ability he.

Should you trust your gut or let the feeling pass? First, what does it mean to trust your gut? This saying refers to relying upon your intuition or your inner voice when making a decision. Simply put, past experiences can shape your intuition. For example, Karen was divorced for 10 years and had 3 dates during that time. Her expectations that men should make their intentions to marry her early on like the first date were way out of step with how online dating has made more options available for men and women.

Even when a man was marriage-minded, he wanted to take things a little slower before bringing up the M-word with her. She kept dismissing really good men left and right because she told me her discernment was sending off alarms.

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The more anxious and in their heads they become, the more they are cut off from their intuitive knowing. They may then confuse their anxious thoughts with their intuition. My current boyfriend is also my first boyfriend. This happened so many times that I eventually started to believe every romantic situation would inevitably end in disaster.

So often we’re told to “Just trust your gut,” but what does it actually mean and more importantly, how do you do it? Gut instinct, or intuition, is your immediate.

I asked myself that question countless times over the past few years since that date. Now before every single woman who hates hearing about timing and readiness stops reading, I implore you to stick with me. Let me give you some context. If not, you have a twin in this town. I swooned, texted a few friends the exciting news, and then I wrote him back. On our first date, we discovered we had even more friends in common, and our family backgrounds were similar, too.

The conversation was nice, he was charming, and easy to talk to. So, despite the fact that he seemed to have all the right traits, I called the whole thing off after just a handful of dates. I friend-zoned him by declining a date and suggesting instead that we meet up with mutual friends sometime soon. My friends reassured me that I made the right decision, and sure enough, that nervous feeling in my gut had disappeared.

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When I was a little girl, my mom taught me to trust my gut. In every situation, she reinforced the power I held within myself. If I was alone and felt unsettled about my environment, get out, she told me. If I questioned whether I could trust a friend , be wary. But it took me years to understand why the gut is the most reliable determiner of relationship decisions, too. Individual attraction and compatibility is a unique mystery, one so complex and layered that not a single variable measured by scientists in a study helped predict which daters would be drawn to each other.

Well, I’m a straight woman, so I don’t date other women, but it totally works the Why didn’t you trust your initial gut instinct, and what was the ultimate outcome?

He liked her photo—could they go out that night? Why not? So Angela, who felt uncomfortable already, at the same time read his pushiness as healthy male interest, so she overrode her gut feeling and proceeded to the next step. Not a good idea. You have to really be aware of your history have you always been excited by aggressive guys—only to wind up feeling intimidated by them?

Have you always rejected less assertive men? Right you can end up chatting endlessly with Mr. Here are a few tips culled from women who have been there, done that…. Where did THAT come from? It came from Tim, of courses. Kindly respond at once.

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So I ask her how she could possibly conclude anything about someone in 25 minutes? Her response: I trust my instincts; they are always right. Well sure it seems to always be right. The definition of intuition is the ability to understand something immediately, without the need for conscious reasoning. Do I think intuition can play a part of making a decision? Do I think it can be used as the sole basis of a decision?

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I took note. But I was skeptical. Is this actually a smart thing to do? You can mistake your gut instinct for other things, like pleasure, laziness, or greed. What if your friends tell you to drink alcohol, party all night, and not work hard? Your gut is probably telling you to listen because humans are short-sighted by nature. There is no clear distinction between a gut feeling and just a feeling to chase immediate gratification.

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