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We’ve all had gut feelings about situations, people and events from one time or another, and we often learn that our intuition is rarely wrong. Still, it’s easy to ignore our intuition when we are in relationships and are infatuated with ideas of love and romance. Here’s how to tune into and trust your relationship instincts:
·When you know they are “the one”. Sometimes you can’t put your finger on it but you just know that you’ve met your soul mate. There might be other factors that are keeping you apart but if you know in your gut that they are “the one”, this is a time to trust your relationship instincts. If you truly are soul mates then you’ll be able to get over any obstacles.
·When you can’t trust them. Sometimes we get the feeling that we can’t fully trust someone, even someone that we are dating or are in a romantic relationship with. For reasons we can’t always explain, there’s something telling us that we will get hurt if we put our trust in them. If you feel this way about everyone you date then the problem might be with your ability to trust anyone, but if it’s a feeling you have with only one person it’s probably worth listening to. You should feel secure in your relationship, like your partner always has your back. If you can’t fully trust them then the relationship won’t stand much of a chance.