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Do Soulmates Really Exist?


People usually have trouble accepting a relationship for what it is. People require affirmation that the relationship is meaningful so that they can be assured that they're not wasting time on something that will not last longer than the next major fight. That's why people are always on the lookout for their soulmate, that human being that's supposed to hold the key to another person's happiness.

A soulmate is supposed to be “the one” who will make your heart flutter and sing with contentment. He or she is supposed to be able to read you like an open book, understand your hurts and make them go away. A soulmate is supposed to be whom you're meant for, the person you're destined to be with for the rest of your life. Failing to find your soulmate means no happiness in this lifetime and entails another long wait in the next one.

I prefer calling a spade a spade and I call this paragon the perfect partner instead of soulmate. The perfect partner will make you feel all the things that a soulmate is supposed to make one feel, but I believe that the perfect partner should be actively sought and a relationship should be actively developed. A perfect partner can be found anywhere; destiny's help is not required.

Whatever you call it, soulmate or just the perfect partner, you have to make sure to find him or her. Never compromise just because you're worried nobody else is going to come along.

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