I’m not quite sure how one differentiates between being anxious, intuitive or reckless…
But I’m beginning to think outside factors have a huge part to play.
If all outside factors are right, but your inner self is saying don’t do it, you can’t do it, it won’t work…
If some factors are right and others are off and your inner self is saying without a doubt fight, or flight, stay or go…
If the outside factors are any of the above and your inner self is telling you don’t do it – it will be better for you in the long run… and you know it’s not a fear thing and you know for a fact red flags are prevalent, but, you do it anyway…
You my dear are reckless.
You meet a man (not on tinder)
On a scale of 1-10 chemistry is a nice 3.5/4.
Then one day out of absolutely nowhere it’s a solid 8/9 depending.
The outside factors are not the best (no he’s not married) just a brostitute.
But you know he’s attracted to you but your anxiety Annie kicks in and you force her to acknowledge the fact that lots of men are attracted to you you can’t help it if you drip in da gooshee (I said what I said) pheromones…she pretends to change.
Then the more you talk your intuition starts to sing in an Usher tone “he reminds me of a guy that I once knew” and before you know it you’re googling star-signs to understand what is actually going on. And you begin to realise your intuition is actually a fat lazy cat that only stirs for cuddles and treats, which then means you will have to adult and think logically like…. hmmm if Usher started singing then that must mean there’s something I don’t like! RUN!
But then your other voice, you know the reckless one? The one that twerks for shots? Well she starts saying “womaaaan you better enjoy yourself. Just relax it’s ok, forget the rest. ‘Bout time you did you for once.” Gets involved and starts pushing for a no fucks given kinda outcome. I mean at the end of the day, it’s not like you’ve got anything to lose. She’s very persuasive, and a lot less stressed.
Which DO (not should) you choose?