Soul Mate? Or The Most Difficult Relationship In Your Life?

A lot of women fall in love with men instantly and hopelessly. They begin to build relationships, live together, even create a family. But over time it becomes clear that whatever efforts she makes, feelings evaporate, and her life, in particular, turns into hell next to a once-beloved person.

Women, like men, often believe that the “soul mate” is the ideal partner for a romantic and lasting relationship. Everyone tries to find it, but not everyone succeeds. But even if you realized, if you admire the compatibility of your characters, harmonious behavior, and feelings, do not relax. Remember that not every person who fits your idea of ‘soul mate,’ has the proper emotional health.

Just imagine that you met your soul mate. Earlier you have never experienced anything like this from emotional, intellectual and sexual intimacy. It seems to you that he is ideally suited for the role of a lover, best friend, husband, and father. As if you knew him for a thousand years or in a past life, and now fate has given you such an ideal partner. You are convinced that it complements you. You are happy both spiritually and physically. And now wake up.

All This Is Too Good To Be True.

And now let’s move on to the feelings of your partner. He probably tells you that he has never met such an ideal woman.

That you are the most beautiful woman on the planet, and that he will love you until his last breath. But after only six months, and maybe a year, it starts to change dramatically.

Now he is not a gallant gentleman, but a rude, deceitful, raging man who is very different from a once loving partner.

It seems to you that this is a dream. You suddenly notice that he is interested in other women on the Internet. You no longer spend romantic evenings, but continuously listen to criticism in your address, as if he is trying to ridicule you before friends. Or maybe he stopped experiencing you physically. This transformation happened so quickly and unexpectedly as if you fell asleep with one person,

How Could This Happen? How Can A Person Who Has Promised To Be A Loyal, Loving Partner, Break His Word And Mistreat You?

Now listen carefully! When you build a man in the status of a “roommate,” this does not mean that he will be forever loving, supporting you and your once-sincere relationship. He can be generous and understanding, indeed. He can be a fantastic lover. And once he even said that if he loves you, he will never find someone like you. And it is all the above words and actions that make you not believe in what is happening now. You cannot keep up with the fact that a man you love began to criticize, accuse and manipulate you.

“Soulmates” often converge, because they have a lot in common in the emotional plan. (But it’s not always good!)

Not all “soul mates” are single. Dysfunctional education and the negative past of a person turn them into inadequate adults. Therefore, one cannot judge a person solely by his actions. You can never be 100% sure of what’s going on in his head. Moreover, people traumatized in this way often pretend to be good, to deliberately draw in the relationship of a person who can later be harmed both physically and emotionally. Women often come across this daughter. There is another subconscious way of thinking. A woman with a bad past and a difficult childhood can look for a man who will look like her father, who, in turn, insulted her, drank a lot and behaved inadequately in general. The narcissist will instinctively seek out a naive, weak woman who will tolerate him in any manifestation. It is necessary to take into account the fact that “soul mates” can get along well with each other not because they like the same ice cream or film. The chemistry between them arises because they want their shortcomings. This is a fantastic combination of human characters, which have a devastating effect on each other. A woman who witnessed her father insulting her mother and hurting her can understand that similar behavior on the part of her partner is wrong. But it is subconsciously acceptable because she already faced this in her childhood. Which exert a destructive effect on each other? A woman who witnessed her father insulting her mother and hurting her can understand that similar behavior on the part of her partner is wrong. But it is subconsciously acceptable because she already faced this in her childhood. Which exert a destructive effect on each other. A woman who witnessed her father insulting her mother and hurting her can understand that similar behavior on the part of her partner is wrong. But it is subconsciously acceptable because she already faced this in her childhood. In other words, a woman cannot escape from a man who regularly criticizes her, clings to every word, and generally has an unstable psyche.

Relationship with A “Soul Mate”

The problem of love for incorrigible, abusive cohabitation is a tough moment. Most women find it very difficult to break with their partner because they once saw him as a “soul mate.” Yes, once these relations were passionate. And some wrong little things could not destroy your feelings. This is the moment when you become blind to your man. He begins to lie to you, and he verbally or physically harms you. You know that he slowly destroys you, and sooner or later you will leave him. But the tearful requests of your soul, again and again, return you to it. You cannot forever leave the person who holds your heart in your hands. Which once was your “soul mate.”

If you have met your real “soul mate” (a person who adds meaning to your life), then you will not have those negative factors listed above. A loving person will not manipulate you, will not keep you on a short leash, refuse lies and intrigues on the side. Regardless of how strong your partner feels, this “soulmate” will never allow yourself to be emotionally or physically harmed. Never for anything! The very existence of violence between two close people can no longer be interpreted as something healthy. Honesty, dedication and unconditional love – all this forms the basis of a healthy relationship.

If you are in a relationship with a “soul mate” who has ceased to be tender and loving with you in time, then you should think about the following:

Your relationship will never improve until you clear your mind of emotional attachment. In any case, it will lead you to destructive relationships. This is the law of attraction: two “defective” people meet together to form a broken relationship.

If you leave it, never look back, because the “soulmate,” whatever it is, is like a massively addictive drug. The only way to permanently destroy this influence is to interrupt all contacts, block his phone and email, and never again communicate with him. If he is a pathological liar, forget that you will someday get his truth from him.