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What Makes A Soulmate?

Becoming soulmates

The echoing of intellectual interests can bind two people together as soulmates.

Trust between two people at the beginning of a relationship enables the kind of sharing that can create a soulmate.

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What Makes A Soulmate?

What Makes A Soulmate?

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Key Ideas

Soulmate

The term “soulmate” implies a special affinity, understanding, or powerful bond that exists between one person and another.

Soulmates experience communication at non-verbal as well as verbal levels, for instance, communication through eye-contact.

Becoming soulmates

The echoing of intellectual interests can bind two people together as soulmates.

Trust between two people at the beginning of a relationship enables the kind of sharing that can create a soulmate.

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