But when it comes to love and romance, things are usually more complicated than that.

It might be that you’re wrestling with the idea of following a third arrow—which is what you want to do, even if your gut and your brain are assuring you it’s a horrible idea. If this turns out to be the case, that doesn’t mean they’re wrong and you shouldn’t follow them.

It's that internal feeling, that prevailing thought that tells you something isn't right before any signs even appear.

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I've been thinking a lot about femininity and sexuality, dating and sex.

I've been thinking about those feelings we get when something's wrong and the innermost urges we all share.

Lately, I've been thinking a lot about what it's like to be a woman.

I've been thinking about the differences between men and women, the way we interpret the world and our feelings.

What else can explain the way we feel and how we interpret things men just can't seem to understand?

What can explain that raw, gut feeling we get when we know something is wrong?And these beliefs like nothing better than to rule us.It's like we're strapped alongside an alter-ego kamikaze pilot who is hell bent on taking us down, even though we're begging to stay above the clouds and soar. Like many people chugging away in this world, my childhood was far from perfect.Here are seven ways I've learned to uncover and trust in my intuition: 1. We all carry around "core-beliefs" about ourselves.They are formed from the time we are born and continue to be shaped by circumstances, our environment, the interactions we experience growing up in our home, etc.How many times do we think to ourselves, “Oh I just knew that was the wrong decision, but I didn’t listen to my gut.” How many people have you dated (and continued to see) even though there was that internal voice that said, “This won’t work.