Have you ever heard the saying follow your gut? Well it's true because no one know you more than you. Gut instinct, or intuition, is your immediate understanding of something; there's no need to think it over or get another opinion—you just know. Your intuition arises as a feeling within your body that only you experience. By listening to yourself, you will know be able to avoid unhealthy relationships and situations. Do you follow your gut feelings? We would love to know if the comment below
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