That Uneasy Feeling: When You Meet Someone Who Seems Off



That Uneasy Feeling: When You Meet Someone Who Seems Off


Have you ever met someone who seemed nice and normal but there was just something about them that didn't seem right? You can feel it in your gut that something isn't right but you can't place your finger on exactly what it is and why you feel uneasy around this person. These feelings are known as intuition and they play an important role in our daily lives, whether we are aware of it or not. By paying attention to our intuition, we can make better decisions, save ourselves from unnecessary harm, and avoid meeting people who don't have good intentions for us.


They make you feel uncomfortable

Sometimes people make us feel uneasy for no reason, but we can't pinpoint what it is. These are the types of people who might appear to be nice and normal but there is just something about them that doesn't seem right. Although you might not be able to tell what it is, you have a gut feeling that something isn't right. It may just be your intuition kicking in, or they could have some sort of ulterior motive. Regardless of the reason, it's always best to trust your instincts and stay away from those who give off an uneasy feeling.


They invade your personal space

When people are in your personal space, it can make you feel uncomfortable. They might lean into you when talking to you, stand right next to you with their arm touching yours or try to talk to you even though there's plenty of room on the other side of the table. If someone is invading your personal space, they're doing so because they think it makes them seem more interesting and engaging. They might not even be aware that they're doing anything wrong - which is why it's important for us to tell them (gently) that their behavior isn't okay.


They make you feel like you have to justify yourself

It's possible that this person is just going through a tough time, but it's also possible that they're trying to figure out how to use you for something. It can be hard to tell, but the best thing you can do is keep your guard up and protect yourself. Protect your privacy and personal information, don't give them any more of what they need than what they ask for, and let them know if something seems off. It doesn't matter if it seems like a small detail or not - trust your gut and take care of yourself.


They have a lot of anger or hostility

I used to work with someone who seemed like they were a really nice person. They were always smiling and seemed happy to be at work. I never would have guessed that they had so much anger inside them until one day, we had a disagreement about something small. The way they reacted was completely disproportionate to the situation, and it made me think that there was something more going on here. It was because of this experience that I became more cognizant of people's behavior around me, and now I'm able to pick up on when someone is acting strange or has some hostility towards others.


They seem controlling

A person who is acting strange may be testing your boundaries to see how far they can go before you snap. For example, if you say no to a request for money, a person may ask for something else instead. This is because it's not about the money or what they are asking for; it's about testing your boundaries and seeing how much they can get away with.


They are always testing boundaries

Hi, I'm so-and-so. I'm not telling you my name. What's your name? What do you mean? I just want to know what your name is. No, I don't think that's necessary. How about we just shake hands?


They try to isolate you from other people

Maybe they try to monopolize your time, or make you feel guilty when you try to talk to anyone else. Maybe they always seem like they're mad at you, or they make jokes that are off-color. Or maybe they just seem extra clingy and jealous. These are all warning signs of emotional abuse, and if it's happening to you, it's time for a reality check.


They make you feel like you're walking on eggshells

It's been a few weeks since I met Katie at the party. She seems like a genuinely nice person and she's always smiling and joking around with people, but there's something about her that doesn't seem right. I can't put my finger on it, but sometimes she stares at me with this weird look on her face and it makes me feel uneasy. Maybe it's just in my head? Or maybe she really isn't as nice as she seems...


They dismiss your feelings or experiences

I know it sounds silly, but I had this feeling that something was off about him. He would always dismiss my feelings and experiences as if they were silly or unimportant. It's not like he was mean about it or anything, just matter of fact. He would say that sometimes I'm overthinking things and need to relax more. He would also say that there was no way he could have done those bad things because he had a good job and all his friends liked him so much-so why would the police look for someone who seemed like such a good guy? But then the next day, there'd be another story on the news with a witness who recognized his voice from somewhere.


They refuse to take any responsibility for their actions

It's hard to trust someone who refuses to take any responsibility for their actions. Whether it's a friend, coworker, or even a stranger, we all want to be able to rely on those around us for support in the tough times. Yet these days it seems like people don't want to accept responsibility for anything and think they're entitled to everything. I can't count how many times I've met someone who seemed nice and normal but there was just something about them that didn't seem right. They refuse to take any responsibility for their actions, shrug off every negative thing they do with it wasn't my fault, and are constantly blaming others for things that go wrong in their lives.


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