An old soul is a rare breed. A lot of times, they will be difficult to understand and relate with. These quirks can be attractive to some people, and so finding relationships and attraction won’t necessarily be a difficulty.
1. They shy away from contemporary dating methods.
An old soul will always want to go through the traditional route when it comes to many things, but especially when it comes to romance. You’ll rarely find an old soul on Tindr, or striking up a love affair with someone over Snapchat. It’s just not in their playbook to use these kinds of dating mechanisms. Look for an old-soul to always prefer conventional dates and courting styles because that’s just how they are.
2. They have a stronger sense of self-awareness.
These old souls will tend to have a better understanding of who they really are and what they want out of life. That means that there’s little to no room for self-discovery left. And when that happens, that means they tend to not tolerate those people who are still in search for themselves and are still currently engaged in their journeys toward self-discovery.
3. They tend to be incompatible with most people that they encounter.
An old soul is a rare breed. A lot of times, they will be difficult to understand and relate with. These quirks can be attractive to some people, and so finding relationships and attraction won’t necessarily be a difficulty. However, compatibility will always be an issue. A lot of other people will be fascinated by an old soul, but takes so much more than fascination to make a real loving relationship work.
4. They are always engaged in passionate relationships; but not the “forever” kind.
They are constantly bouncing from one passionate relationship to the next. That doesn’t mean that their love affairs are illegitimate or that their love isn’t real; it’s just that it’s not the “forever” kind of love that they’re looking for. An old soul can get very picky, and even the deepest, and most passionate kind of relationships won’t be enough for them. - Continue reading on the next page