I say trust your gut but there is a book that say "don't trust your gut".
Your neurons in you stomach & heart may not have a language but they should be heeded when something doesn't "feel" right. On the other hand the book says that con men rely on feelings of trust to rip you off.
If it's too good to be true - it isn't.
I once got a gut feeling about a guy, even though there were no red flags other than my intuition. Turned out he was a convicted felon, LOL. Glad I listened to my intuition and got the heck outta there.
I have also heard of parents who get a gut feeling that something is dreadfully wrong with their child's health. Though the doctor tells them it's just a cold or the flu, the parents persist and it turns it out the child really does have something dreadful like cancer.
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