If You Have A Gut Feeling About Him, You’re Probably Right

Your intuition is rarely wrong, so why do you spend so much time doubting it? A lot of the time, bad vibes are just that — bad vibes — and you shouldn’t ignore them, especially when it comes to guys you’re seeing. It’s completely natural to feel butterflies or temporary feelings of nervousness when things are still brand spanking new and you’re not sure where things are headed, but it’s another thing when you can’t shake the feeling that something’s not quite right. If you have a gut feeling about him, you’re probably right.

You shouldn’t have to overthink the real deal.

You hear a lot about those happy couples who say they “just knew” right away, so in reality, the bad vibes your intuition is sending you could be acting the same way, but in reverse. No matter how many times you’ve been hurt before that might cause you a bit of anxiety with a new man, the right guy won’t make you question all the little details, because he’ll be showing you the ways you can trust him too.

How many times have you kicked yourself before?

 You’ve felt off about a guy before, but decided to play it out, only to be severely screwed over in the end. You look back and torture yourself for not following your gut feelings when they were knocking hard at your door. It’s not to say that you should pull the rip cord completely, but you definitely need to be self aware of your intuitive feelings.

Your body has a way of giving your heart warning.

Science reveals that our bodies actually do have a way of connecting future possible danger to current situations and try to signal warning to your brain, but the heart often prevails in matters of potential love. In this case, don’t let it.

He should make you feel safe.

Let’s be real here — you’ve probably had good experiences with love that didn’t start on a whirlwind of negative vibes, and like I said before, it does work in reverse. A budding relationship with the right guy should leave you with constant and positive feelings of excitement, not gnawing sensations of waiting for the other shoe to drop.

Feeling insecure is a bad sign.

While the insecurity you might feel with him could be completely your own issue that you need to deal with, it’s also largely possible that it’s a sign that things aren’t heading in the direction you want them to. Instead of wasting your time wondering, cut right to the chase. Communication is a solid way to cut the negative intuitions you’re feeling. If he’s constantly taking days in between text replies, or if he constantly bails on plans last minute and it give you bad vibes, ask him straight up what’s up. Let’s hope he’ll be honest.

Intuition rarely fails.

Your intuition is your guide to keep you out of harm’s way and it’s usually pretty spot on. You know when you feel like you’re forgetting something and convince yourself you didn’t only to arrive at your destination to discover you’ve totally left behind what you meant to bring? That’s your intuition giving you warning and you need to give it more credit, because it knows stuff that we don’t yet.

Proceed with caution, if at all.

If you want to forge ahead, by all means do so — but keep your intuition in mind. Your gut isn’t trying to make you overthink or doubt that things could potentially work out — it’s merely giving you a warning to not invest too easily and with no doubts at all.

You deserve to feel amazing.

You deserve a guy who’s going to make you feel like you don’t have to question any and every little detail. It’s completely natural and normal to be nervous in a new relationship, but as the past will dictate, your gut shouldn’t ever completely be ignored if you never want history to repeat itself. Normally, if you have a gut feeling about a guy, it’s generally pretty spot on, so be careful.

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