Why it is sometimes okay to not marry someone you thought was your Soul mate?

Kaetlyn Summers Posted 2 years ago
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Most of us believe that there will come a time in our lives where we will be questioning the presence and importance of love and that is when the perfect person will come to us and our lives will change from that moment onwards. The representation of such a situation in movies is so beautiful that no matter how sensible and realistic we are, a part of us wants to believe that it is true. We all want that perfect person in our lives who will make us believe that life is perfect and things couldn’t get any better. We want that one perfect person who is considered to be our soulmate.

A person may feel intense emotions and overall the relationship may seem perfect. The person may drive you wild and you may start doing things that you normally didn’t do. Carefree and wild behaviour may also become common in your daily life. You may get all protective, possessive and jealous. All this is healthy to a certain extent but too much of it gets unhealthy for you. We all have somewhat varying beliefs about soul mates but nevertheless, most of our beliefs are similar. Sometimes, finding the soulmate may not turn out to be as good as we expected.

We Are Forced to Find a Soul mate

We all get so desperate to look for our soulmate as we have been made to believe in this idea that there is only one person who is the perfect match for your soul. This belief makes us fearful that if we mess up or do anything wrong then we might lose our soulmate. *continue reading to the next page*