Many people get cold feet whenever the seriousness or complexity of an impending personal decision looms.
Getting cold feet could be a case of nerves to committing to an event, or simply the minds way of breaking out of a deal.
There are a number of phases in life which call for definite decisions, leaving very little room for hesitations.
Ergo the mental pressure
__am I making the RIGHT move?
Some say that when you know, you just KNOW.
So if I may ask, is there no room for questions, or doubts at all, no second-guessing?
Must apprehension be completely banished?