When your soulmate is dating someone else
What if you’re in a committed relationship or marriage and your “soul mate” shows up?Talk about an uncomfortable and potentially dangerous situation!We’re saying that if you are in a committed relationship and find yourself attracted to someone else, take a look at what’s going on within you and within your relationship and try to heal those parts of you that are crying out for help before you get involved with someone else—even someone you believe to be a soulmate.Finding a soul mate when you’re in a relationship with someone else may not be what it appears to be. Be honest with yourself about your attraction and find out what it’s really about then be honest before you ruin your relationships.
You know when something’s not right, physically or otherwise. Meeting them made you realize that romantic love — especially between soulmates — is so much more than just a fleeting, physical feeling.
Of course, everyone wants to find their "person" in life, a partner who has seen you at your worst and best and still loves and accepts you equally.
Yet, it can be super tricky to gain reassurance that your partner is in fact filling that void, as you can never really plan how smoothly the partnership will last down the road. Personally, I ended a five and a half year relationship about three months ago; we called each other the other's "person" all the time, but deep down we both know we weren't meant to be. I finally feel like myself again and am eager for what lies ahead. Take the plunge in order to find real happiness with that special someone, If the sense of adventure and spontaneity has disappeared from your relationship, and a Netflix night at home becomes a daily phenomenon (and no longer seems fun), it could mean you're not meant to be together.
You’ve split up — often unpredictably and unexpectedly. The people who we are affected by the most are the ones who have changed us just by their presence in our lives overhauling everything we thought we knew and wanted. This sounds strange, but in my best friends and romantic partners, I can always tell they’re going to be someone to me upon first meeting because they instantly remind me of my mom or dad or sibling — not in a creepy way, in a passing, “oh, that’s funny…” kind of way. You may not have “just known” they were the one the moment you saw them, but in retrospect, you realize you did.
Soulmates rarely experience “happily ever after” right away, despite what media and culture tells us. It’s not a bad thing, this is supposed to happen, usually. There’s a lot of overwhelming pressure to be absolutely certain that someone is meant for you forever and ever and ever so much so that while you’re still getting to know them, and maybe can’t even decipher that much, you end up misjudging because you think you need a verdict.