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A woman’s intuition, is us women’s guide and sixth sense, in knowing what we need to. It’s an extreme gut feeling or feelings, that alert us when things don’t seem quite right and when there is a foul stench in the air so to speak. Usually, our intuition is always used in the matters of our relationships with the men we love. Regardless of the scenario though, our woman’s intuition is never wrong!
If you were to ask most men, what they think of women’s intuition, they would more than likely say it’s our coverup that we use to mask our FBI skills in finding out if they are cheating or not. They also might say that it’s our insecurities and overthinking coming into manifestation. Though we women do possess FBI type skills when finding out if our man is cheating and we all have our insecurities and problems with overthinking, our women’s intuition has so much more great capabilities.
Believe In Yourself
Our women’s intuition, is something that most of women don’t necessarily tap into enough. It can alert us if a friend is trying to be shady towards us, a co-worker sneakily attempting to throw us under the bus to our boss or that there is a family member in need that is too proud to admit so. These are just a few different ways our intuition is always active to let us know what’s up and on point to guide us in how we should handle things.
There has never been a time where my intuition was wrong. It has always alerted me to what I needed to know in forms of my feelings, dreams and/or déjà vu. And I will admit, there were one too many times where I completely ignored my intuition and regretted doing so. So, always listen to your intuition ladies, God gave it to us for a reason!
Which of these reasons why a woman’s intuition is never wrong do you most believe in? Let us know below.
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Kennisha is currently studying at Southern New Hampshire University to obtain her bachelors in Creative Writing. She is an avid lover of art and poetry. Her favorite word is "create" because she feels the word "represents the endless possibilities and marvelous creations the mind can conjure".