I'll be the first to say it: I consider my intuition to be a huge asset. I really wouldn't want to be without it. But, then there are those situations where it reveals something to you that you may not have wanted to know. Feel free to share your stories here.
Here's mine: You have a sneaking suspicion that your landlord might be coming into the house. You think that sounds crazy and paranoid, but the intuition radar continues to beep. You just get the feeling that something isn't right. So, wanting to trust your gut instinct, you seal one of the doors shut (from the inside) with a large piece of duct tape. You put the tape over the crack of the door and leave out of the other door. When you come home, the tape is bunched up inside the crack. Whamo! Landlord got caught like a rat!
Introverts can probably relate to the fact that your residence is sort of your haven. That's the one place you can go to really tune things out and recharge the batteries. When that's violated, it just feels like a huge betrayal of trust. Why, people, why must they do this kind of stuff? :steam:
When has your intuition led you to something you did not want to know?