Trust your gut instincts — Fellowship of the Minds

In his bestseller, The Gift of Fear, now a classic, Gavin de Becker tells us that victims of violent behavior usually feel a sense of fear before any threat or violence takes place, but too many ignore that sense. De Becker’s counsel: Trust your instinct. But too many choose not to heed that inner voice, […]

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2 Responses to Trust your gut instincts — Fellowship of the Minds

  1. Kelly Hamilton says:

    Victims of psychological or physical abuse are changed to fear the worst even if no present threat is evident. As a victim of multiple thefts from criminal trespassing, when anything is missing, I immediately fear that it has been stolen. I’m so relieved to find the missing object and know that it was not stolen while I was away from my home. As a victim, I’ve been conditioned to fear the worst.

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