A woman moved into an apartment complex and above her lived a man who simply rubbed her the wrong way. She felt as though he was watching her and just had a sly way of being too friendly.
When asked during discussion, she stood firm on her gut feelings, stating, "his energy just doesn't seem right." Her roommate disagreed. Her and the guy were actually friends. She operated more based on actions. She would say something similar to, "he's never done anything to make me not interact with him in a positive way." Months later, the man was evicted from his apartment. The woman later found out that he was evicted because he was reported by another neighbor and was already listed as a pedophile.
GUYS ... I can't say this enough. TRUST YOUR GUT. Yeah, sometimes it might steer you wrong. But if you feed it the right things (healthy thoughts, adherence, truths) then very seldom will it send you in the wrong direction. I think our gut signals malfunction when we ignore them, when we live based on society views, or when we simply override them for one reason or another.
But if you listen to what it is truly saying, that still small voice (it's the God in you) you can't go wrong. It's urging you to do or don't do something.