When you feel off, you are.
Last week, I had a conversation with someone dear to my heart and felt like something was wrong and couldn’t figure it out.
We talked again and realized we both were thinking the same. Thankfully, we figured it out. A loved one had passed: I didn’t know and she thought I did. Talk about being off the mark.
When you feel different or off, do you act on it or let it ride? I let this one ride for a week knowing something wasn’t right. Wrong, wrong, wrong. Trust your instincts and feelings.
We all have that sixth sense. Think about all the moments you trusted your gut and didn’t go, decided to call for whatever reason, or took another route–and it was for the better.
According to care2.com, there are five gut instincts you should always trust as it relates to feeling “some type of way:”
- Something feels wrong in my body
This goes without saying. Your body will tell you when something is wrong. Check it out.
- I’m in danger
The feeling you get in that first 10 seconds about a person or situation is the truth. You know what you have to do – remove yourself.
- I want to help
Most times we think of our instincts as a way to avoid something bad. But there is also good with our gut feelings. If you feel compelled from within, help.
- I know how to do this
Too many times we think we can’t, when we know we can. Don’t overthink it. You got this #me
- This is it
When you know, that you know, that you know, there is no conflict and it comes easy – love, a job, whatever.
The next time you feel off: question it, figure it out, and trust those instincts.
Because the sun always comes out after the rain…