Gut feeling dating
How do you get to know someone without being nosy or rude?And how do you figure out how a person feels about you — or tell them how you feel about them — without either of you feeling uncomfortable?As many of you have shared here, the less you listen, the louder or more uncomfortable it can become, or whatever you ignored comes back to bite you in the arse at a later date.The most common example of this is with relationships – the very things that we turn a blind eye to and override due to feelings we’re enjoying or ‘potential’, are the very things that prove to be an issue further down the line.We turn a right light green or we ignore certain things that don’t fit with our vision only to find that they form part of a larger picture and pattern of an issue.Then we beat ourselves up for not listening and if we’re hard on ourselves and don’t actually heed the lesson from the insights gained and apply them, we actually forget to do the very thing that got us into problems in the first place – listen.Often, when we review the facts of the situation, my clients’ guts were leading them in the right direction.
” or “I thought I was following it, but then this happened; my gut must be wrong.” Not necessarily.
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conscious and reduce the amount of automation and coasting in our days.
If you’re not listening to your gut, you’re ignoring you, and you’re ignoring reality while potentially operating in a high bullshit environment.