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Instinctually we know when to run from predators; when we are babies, we know how to feed from our mothers and we know when something just feels ‘off’.
The problem is when our sixth sense shouts a warning, we stall and we think.
People who truly felt positive about their relationship took less time to connect positive words with their new spouse; those who hesitated, suggesting they had more subconscious trouble making that association, were more likely to be divorced four years later, the study found."It's not a perfect association," says Jim Mc Nulty a psychology professor at Florida State University in Tallahassee, who led the research.
However, we are socially conditioned from an early age to utilize reason rather than trusting our gut, especially if there is enough time to analyze the situation.
"Our automatic thoughts can have real implications."Counseling could help people key into these concerns and work through problems with the relationship, he says.
He's not sure, though, whether strengthening the positive associations someone has with a spouse would actually strengthen their relationship.
Whether it’s a freaky dream, a bad vibe or a “knowing”, in hindsight inner vision is always 20/20. Theresa © Theresa Reed | The Tarot Lady 2013 PS I cranked out this post in record time at a workshop taught by my favorite word goddess, Alexandra Franzen.
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