We have all had that nagging feeling in the gut that something is not quite right. When this feeling persists, you should do everything you can to confirm or dismiss your suspicions as this is the only way to make that feeling go away. But, how do you test these suspicions to find out if there is something you should do or if they are unfounded?
One major area where you might get these feelings is in relationships. It would be best to confront the person to test your suspicions before you accuse them of anything. Listening to their replies and watching their body language should tell you if there is something to be worried about.
Trying to find patterns in your life is another way to see if your suspicions are right. Maybe you feel this way in certain situations or around certain people. Start by identifying how you feel in these situations and around these people. Doing this will allow you to discover patterns faster and tell you if you are right. You can then try to put yourself in the same situations to see if they elicit the same feelings you had before. If they do, that is a confirmation that your suspicions are right, and you can then formulate a plan for moving forward.
When we feel something is not quite right in our lives, we might think it is just in our heads. This is why it is so important to talk to someone. They will be able to discuss with you how you feel and will help you find out why you are feeling this way if your suspicions are genuine and what you can do to rectify the situation.
Before you talk to someone about your suspicions, it is important that you have evidence to show, so you both have a good place to start. This evidence will make it so that the people you talk to take you seriously, and you are much more likely to be believed, which helps back up your suspicions.
Platforms such as OnRecord give you the tools you need to gather evidence about the situations you find yourself in, which makes it easier to document these situations and sort through them. In addition to their evidence gathering tools, OnRecord connects you to advisers so you can ask questions, discuss your suspicions and find the answers you seek. If you are in a bad situation and need to lodge a complaint, they can help you with court proceedings and they are usually militant on behalf of people who reach out feeling excluded and not listened to.
Changes in our lives can make us feel like something is wrong. That is your subconscious longing for the familiarity of the way things used to be. If you get these feelings, try to find out what has changed. In many cases, knowing what this is will ease these gut feelings.
When you get that nagging feeling that something is not quite right, it is best to explore those feelings to see if they are founded on anything concrete. Testing your suspicions is the best way to know if you are right, which will help you confront them or find a way out.
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Hi and welcome to The Willow Tree. I’m Michelle, also known as Shel and I am a mama to three beautiful crazy kids – I have two handsome boys and a wild and wonderful girl.
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