Do you feel uneasy about someone or something?

Do you have that queasy feeling about someone or something? Do you feel uncomfortable with certain people and not know why? Is there a situation that you’re faced with that sounds good but you’re not sure if it is?

These are the many questions that we’re faced with every day. There’s that certain something that doesn’t feel right. These feelings make us feel puzzled and confused. What do most people do?

Most of us, including myself, will not have the courage or foresight to listen to our inner feelings and do what’s convenient or easy. I’ve learned the hard way that this is a monumental mistake. Sometimes it’s easier to take the hard route. If something doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t right.

I’m interested in any thoughts or comments that you have.

Here’s one of many tips from my new book, Real World Advice Specifically For Highly Sensitive People, Volume 2.

Do you feel uneasy about someone or something? Your highly sensitive intuition is trying to tell you something. Have faith and listen to it. If something feels right or wrong, it probably is. The biggest mistakes I’ve made in life were when I went against what I instinctively knew.

You can get Real World Advice Specifically for Highly Sensitive People, Volume 1 free by opting in for my free newsletter, Thoughts For The Thoughtful. http://www.thehighlysensitiveperson.com/newsletters

Today, July 19th, is the last day for my free Kindle Promotion for my book, Real World Advice Specifically for Highly Sensitive People, Volume 2. I’d appreciate your support and a review on Amazon.

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