People who believe in soulmates are more likely to break up and have difficult relationships because they look for the 'perfect' person instead of working on a relationship and growing together.
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There is a distinction between a fundamental value difference in a relationship and an annoyance.
Think about your deal breakers. Were they fixable? Compromise-able? Changeable?
Have you been overcome by a break-up? Do you run the moment you have trouble in your relationship?
Examine your relationship patterns and connect them to your idea about soulmates. If you are a destiny believer, see if it serves you. If you are a growth believer, examine if you can learn from it.
When you love someone, you grow for them, you grow with them, you change together. It is a sign of strength, not weakness.
If you are in love with the person, believing that you are soulmates can strengthen the relationship.
However, if you are to end a relationship with someone who you thought was your soulmate, can make the recovery almost impossible.
Luck is a hard thing to prove. There is no real thing we can call luck, but we can create a real object and transfer luck to it, such as a lucky penny or a lucky charm.
These lucky objects give the feeling of a security blanket. They provide an illusion of control for the person who believes in them.
It’s an ancient Greek ideal that a predestined better half is out there. Once found, he or she will bring eternal bliss.
Believing your partner was made just for you can reduce your trouble in a relationship to fate.
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