This doesn’t seem right.
You may not have a specific reason for not feeling good about a particular situation, but you don’t necessarily have to have a good reason to believe something is dangerous if you simply happen to have a hunch. If you think a situation is dangerous, don’t risk it. Get out and don’t participate.
I feel unwell.
Some medical conditions you can peg pretty easily. You know what you have a cold. You know when you have appendicitis. You know for sure when you have kidney stones. Other conditions are more subtle. You might feel tired, or depressed, or anxious for no reason. Your body has ways to tell you when things aren’t very well balanced. Don’t risk it. If you don’t feel well, visit a doctor.
I should help them.
You see someone who needs a hand and your gut instinct is to help them out, right? Sadly, many people drive past car accidents and ignore a disabled person who needs help. When your gut tells you to lend a helping hand to someone in need, do it!
I’m a natural at this!
This feels right.
No explanation needed.