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intuition- true or false
September 4, 2005
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I was recently involved with this guy in which my intuition told me I could not trust. There was something going on beyond words that I could not pin point. He was inconsistant with his contacting me and had a lot of female friends which I was not comfortable with.

September 4, 2005
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Well, the last time I felt that I was completely right...but I forced myself to doubt myself becasue I instinctively have always assumed I and my intuition was wrong...but it is a fact that he is inconcistant with contact and that he has a lot of female friends, I thik it is very reasonable to be uncomfortable with this to a degree--have you talked to him? I think maybe intuition is just a hint that something MAY be wrong, a jumping off point.

September 5, 2005
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everytime I have been uncomfortable and my friends or family have talked me into giving the guy a chance, I was right in the first place, and one time I got really burned in the process. If you aren't comfortable in the beginning, it will just get worse after he is done putting his best foot forward.

September 5, 2005
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Hi, J&F,

I believe that we women often ignore our "inner" gut feelings, when we probably should be listening closely. I have ignored my intuition on more than one occasion, and it is usually right on the money.

I say if you had a "feeling" about this guy, regardless of not being able to pinpoint it, you were probably "picking" up on something that hadn't revealed itself yet.

September 5, 2005
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I always trust my gut feeling, especially when I meet new people who are later in some way important in my life. It is the very first impression, before any thinking and reasoning, before the words. Only when I start building hypothesis and theories, I go wrong. I trained myself to be aware of tat first feeling. Even later on in relationship, when something feels wrong, usually it is. It is like your hand backing off before you can think about it when you touch something hot.

September 5, 2005
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michigangirl,

I feel strongly about what you said "that it's something I am picking up on but that it has not revealed itself yet."

thank you for that

I am partly eager to know, partly scared to death. . .

joyous & free

September 5, 2005
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"Thank you" everyone for your input. it is very helpful.

Joyous and Free

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