Importance of Gut Feeling In Relationships
Gut feeling can save you from many emotional and physical hazards that you may have to face in a relationship. A married woman may have a feeling of threat or insecurity about her husband, a feeling that something is not all right with the partner, a woman in a relationship may feel that there is something amiss about the partner and he is not what he actually shows himself to be or she may rely on gut feelings to decide if she should confide truly in the partner or not.
Even outsiders who know the couple personally may have some feelings about them that the couple may be unaware about. If even if an outsider expresses or confides about the gut feeling that your partner doesn’t feel genuine, is out to take you for a ride, is having a relationship for passing time, has ulterior motives, then do not ignore it completely.
Gut feeling arises out of our past experiences, insight into people due to exposure to various kinds of people, insight due to age, experience and maturity and also due to spiritual development.
You may feel great about the relationship you have with your partner, but there may be some unease or disquiet underneath the outer surface of love and affection. If you feel that there is some disparity in the way you feel, or feeling of falsity, sinister intentions or a feeling that this person may not be the right one for you, give it a thought; do not ignore it. It may stop you from getting too involved with this person and putting yourself in danger.
Gut feelings are not only for safeguarding but also for forging relationships. For example, when you meet a person, in the beginning you may have a poor impression, but your gut feeling may be saying something else. It may probably be indicating that there is more to this person that you do not know, and the person may actually be better than you thought. Take your time to know people better if you have a positive instinct about them.