This is 100 percent better than waiting to see if your suspicions are correct and then having something shady happen. That your friend is not OK even though she keeps saying she is. Even if you're wrong, this is not the kind of thing where you want to be like, "Eh, screw it.
You know your friends really well, so accepting their "No, I'm doing fine, really! I'm sure it's fine," and then show up on the nightly news later on because your car looks like it was in an action movie. That even though the guy you're dating is great, he's still not The Person, and it's OK to just end it.
Whether it’s a freaky dream, a bad vibe or a “knowing”, in hindsight inner vision is always 20/20. Theresa © Theresa Reed | The Tarot Lady 2013 PS I cranked out this post in record time at a workshop taught by my favorite word goddess, Alexandra Franzen.
So tell me, what was the biggest lesson your love life taught you about your intuition – or vice versa? Want to learn to write fast, clear and like a boss?
Even if he's perfectly nice, if you're not really psyched to meet him, it's a waste of time for both of you. Sometimes I've waited to get off the bus for a few blocks because it seemed crazy dark, and I always think it's better to walk farther home than to get out sooner and wish I had stayed on that train because this part of town looks like an episode of .3.
Every time I've felt like, "Well, he's kind of boring, but he's not a total jerk and he seems sort of hot," and went on the date anyway, I just found out in person that he was exactly who I thought he was (and if anything, even worse). Feeling like you shouldn't get off at that train stop because something feels sketchy.
I was a pretty (wild) young thing and a hot long haired musician always trumped my better instincts (yeah, I know….superficial Gemini, what can I say? And boy howdy, did I pay when I ignored those signs!