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Do you trust your gut feeling that he/she likes you? 

Do you trust your gut feeling that he/she likes you? 

If you’ve ever had a gut feeling about someone, you know how hard it can be to ignore. Even if all the evidence seems to point in the other direction if your instinct says they seem interested in you; then it can be very persuasive. So, should you trust your gut feeling that someone likes you?

Let’s put it this way; is it better to follow your head, your gut feeling, or your heart? That’s a question people have been asking for centuries, and it’s one that doesn’t have an easy answer.

When it comes to love and relationships, it can be especially tough to know what to do. Should you listen to your head and be logical about it, or should you go with your gut feeling and hope for the best?

So should you trust your gut feeling that someone likes you?

A general rule is that only you can know whether or not to trust your gut feeling. But if you’re unsure, it never hurts to err on the side of caution and take things slow. After all, it’s better to be safe than sorry!

However, if you want to know where your gut feeling even came from then there are a few things to consider. For one thing, our gut feelings are often based on subtle cues that we pick up on unconsciously. If you’re attuned to those cues, you may be more likely to correctly interpret them.

On the other hand, if you’re feeling insecure or anxious, you may be more likely to see signs of interest where there are none. So in the end, there’s no final confirmation or denial that your gut feeling might be on to something real.

Pros and cons of both approaches:

Of course, there are pros and cons to both approaches. If you go with your head, you’re more likely to end up in a stable and happy relationship. But if you go with your heart or what some call “gut feeling”, which could be just your own feelings getting in the way then you’re taking a bit of a risk.

It’s true that your gut feeling could be right, and you could end up finding true love. But, it could also be wrong, and you could end up getting hurt or trying to wreck some couple’s relationship pointlessly.

At the end of the day, it’s up to you to decide which approach is best for you. If you’re the type of person who likes to take risks, then maybe following your heart is the way to go. And also, if the person you’re interested in is single and there are no obvious obstacles that could get in the way then go ahead and trust your instincts.

But if you prefer to play it safe and be rational, or if you’d rather be approached first then maybe it’s better to listen to your head and stay in your corner. Whichever way you choose, just make sure that you’re being honest with yourself.

To what extent can you trust your gut feeling?

Obviously, your gut feeling is not proven science and mathematical irrefutable evidence. We’ve all been there; you meet someone new, and you just get this feeling that they like you. Sometimes, let’s be honest: that feeling is based on nothing but wishful thinking and is purely coming from the fact that we ourselves probably find them charming.

So, how accurate are these gut feelings? Some folks think they can be pretty spot on and especially when it comes to love, chemistry and dating. Many people who reported having had strong gut feelings about whether someone liked them were actually pretty accurate in their assessment. So, it seems that our gut feelings might not be as unreliable as we thought, especially in matters of the heart.

People often say that a specific person had that “je ne sais quoi” which is a French word that literally translates to “I don’t what it is”. And, because of that alone, they felt drawn or attracted to a person they usually wouldn’t even notice. So is that their gut feeling again telling them to trust and believe that going for such a person or pursuing something with them will have an amazing ending?

In the end, a “gut feeling” can be the best indicator of whether someone likes you or not, obviously only second to a direct confession. However, we have to take it all with a grain of salt as it’s not based on accurate calculations or proof. Just because you feel like someone likes you doesn’t mean they actually do.

For instance, you can check this article later about how dreaming about someone else doesn’t say anything about them at all and it only says things about you instead. So maybe, it is the same with a gut feeling and maybe your gut feeling is at most only a translation of your strongest wishes and desires.

We have to keep in mind that sometimes people are just friendly and it’s easy to misread their intentions. What’s worse is that other times, people may be trying to manipulate you into liking them for their own benefit by acting a bit too eager. So while your gut feeling can be a helpful guide, it’s not always smart to fully rely on it when trying to make a decision.

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