If your gut tells you something is wrong, then it probably is wrong. Trust your gut and go with your first instinct. That’s why on test that measures recognition such as multiple choice test, going with your gut instinct is often the better choice than thinking rationally about an answer you don’t consciously recall.
I have, in the past, ignored my instinct. That little voice and feeling you get when something’s not right. A nagging discomfort in your stomach.
I’m lucky that I’m alive to say I was dumb for ignoring it. I put myself in situations that could have ended my life, thinking I was being safe and taking precautions, that turned out not to be, and in the moment, I ignored that voice and cried over it later when it all set in.
NEVER ignore that voice!
This especially applies to meeting new people alone.
If it feels wrong, leave. You can always start over another day if you find you’ve overreacted.
In a relationship, you need somebody who’s going to call you out, not somebody who’s going to let everything slide. You need somebody who doesn’t want to live without you, but can. Not somebody that is dependent, but somebody who is stronger with you. A relationship is two people, not one.