I agree: the feeling is in your gut. But I also agree: doubt-talking and truth-talking can be easily confused. So what I think is that the "little voice" that tells you truth or doubt is really, really little. Very quiet. And you have to stop everything to listen for it. In my case, the little voice of doubt was drowned out by my excitement and a strong desire to get out of the situation I had been in. I felt little tiny tugs of doubt, but I pushed them aside. They were there! I ignored them. In contrast, my decision to stop this path and come home is filled with misgivings (like "Have I given up too soon? What if I don't find work back home?" ~ things of that nature), but the little voice is there and it is assuring me that this is right. I need to go home. I'm a little afraid because the future is so unknown, but I have no doubt.
I hope this helps! What do other people think?
"The significant problems we have cannot be solved at the same level of thinking with which we created them." ~ Albert Einstein
"Surviving is important. Thriving is elegant." ~ Maya Angelou