feel unsure

See: doubt, hesitate
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Shaun Shirazian, head of product at Intuit QuickBooks UK, who conducted the research, said: "Many of us can feel a bit lost when checking our payslips and feel unsure about the multiple factors that contribute to our adjusted pay.
In a society where people suffering from mental health issues already feel unsure and wonder whether they should try to handle things on their own or seek help, the post is problematic as it promotes the idea of dealing with an illness all by yourself without seeking medical help.
The Chicago native and former Bulls and Miami Heat star called himself "part of this MSD family" and told graduates that it was understandable if they feel unsure about their futures because in some ways, after 16 years in the NBA, he also is unsure exactly what his future entails.
Wade called himself 'part of this MSD family' and told graduates that it was understandable if they feel unsure about their futures - because in some ways, after 16 years in the NBA, he also is unsure exactly what his future entails.
Sue Hartley, executive director of nursing, BSMHFT, said: "Caring for a loved one with dementia is more of a challenge if you feel unsure where to go for extra support.
It's important for young people who feel unsure about anything to talk to someone they can trust, or get in touch with a Childline counsellor.
Remember that gaslighting can affect people in lots of different ways and you may feel unsure of yourself and your ability to cope.
If we realise or feel unsure that the power may cause something not good to our country, it is better that we do not exercise that power and it is better that we discuss and get advice on how the power is to be exercised, he added.
The 65-70 age group is most interested in tax-deferred growth of their RMD disbursements, and may feel unsure about how to best use RMDs.
Teenage boys can feel unsure of themselves and being reminded of their strengths will trigger good biochemicals (dopamine) in their system, and not only encourage them to talk but also build self-confidence.
In a male-dominated field such as the construction industry, Lund said it's easy for women to feel unsure about their abilities.
Whenever you feel unsure, ask questions and talk to the people around you.