Here are 6 possible things that can happen, when true soulmates break up:
1. They can’t find the same thing with anyone else, so they continue missing each other for life
This doesn’t mean they will get back together though.
There are actually many instances where a couple who considered themselves as soulmates, broke up and just never took action to make things work and get back together again.
The fact is, in almost all cases, if a man wants his ex woman back, he needs to do something about it.
So, if you believe that your ex is your soulmate, don’t count on that being enough to get her back.
If you do, you may end up regretting it when she moves on and gets into a relationship, or even gets married to someone else, even though he’s not her soulmate.
Remember: A woman isn’t going to wait around forever for a guy.
If she notices that he’s not doing anything to get her back, her natural instincts (i.e. to find a man to breed with who will settle down with her, support her and the children and protect her) will almost always push her into moving on.
So, if you want your ex back, you need to make it happen and not rely on the notion that you’re soulmates and that it will happen naturally based on that.
That means, if you’re currently not interacting with your ex, you need to change that right away, by getting her on a phone call with you as soon a possible (do it today) so that you can begin reactivating her sexual and romantic feelings for you.
On the call, focus on making her smile and laugh and feel good to be talking to you again.
In other words, no deep discussions about the relationship or how you feel that you and her are soulmates and you want her back.
Just build up the attraction by showing her via the tonality of your voice and the way you respond to what she says, that you’re not the same guy she broke up with.
You have leveled up as a man and have become so much stronger emotionally (i.e. more confident, more secure, higher self-esteem, more resilient, more driven and determined, more able to remain calm under pressure).
Then, get her to agree to meet up with you in person, so that you can fully reactivate her feelings for you (e.g. by showing her that you’ve leveled up as a man, flirting with her to create sexual tension between you once again so she wants to release it with kissing and sex, making her feel sexy and desirable in your presence).
When you re-spark her sexual and romantic feelings for you and she can sense that things really will be different this time around if she gives you another chance, her defenses will naturally come down.
You can then guide her back into a relationship with you that’s even better than it was before.
Another common thing that can happen when soulmates break up, is…
2. They begin to question whether or not they really were soulmates
If a guy and his ex had an amazing connection (e.g. they have the same interests, the sex between them is great, you loved each others individual quirks and odd personality traits, they have the same or similar beliefs about life, politics or love, they want the same things for the future, they get along really well with each other’s families and friends), it’s only natural that they may begin to see themselves as being soulmates.
However, once the relationship falls apart, they may naturally begin thinking things like, “It’s not possible for soulmates to break up. Something must have been wrong. Maybe I was just fooling myself when I imagined that he/she was my soulmate. Clearly it was a mistake.”
Sometimes, this can even lead to a person becoming bitter about love and all relationships.
Yet, here’s the thing…
Even if a woman believes that her guy is ‘the one’ for her, she’s not going to stick in a relationship with him forever if he stops making her feel respect, attraction and love for him (i.e. by thinking, acting and behaving in unattractive ways).
Yes, she might initially try harder to make the relationship work (e.g. by trying to overlook and even accept certain things that turn her off), but eventually, she will get tired of trying to fix things while he just assumes that the relationship will stay together because she believes they are soulmates.
The truth is, unlike in the past where a woman was expected to stay in a relationship with a man, regardless of how miserable he made her feel, in today’s world, a woman won’t stick around if the guy can’t maintain and even grow her feelings of respect, attraction and love for him over time.
So, if she begins to realize that her relationship needs aren’t being met by her man (i.e. he’s not making her feel sexually and romantically attracted), she’s naturally going to start doubting that they were made for each other after all.
She may then break up with him and start looking for another man who may, in fact, be her real soulmate.
This is why, if you want to convince your ex to get back together, it can’t only be because you believe that you and her are soulmates.
She has to believe it too, based on how you make her feel every single minute she’s with you.
When she feels so much respect, attraction and love for you again, she will naturally begin to believe that you really are her soulmate and that life just wouldn’t feel right without you in it.
On the other hand, if you do nothing and just wait for things to work themselves out based on your belief that you’re soulmates, chances are high that she’s not going to feel the same way.
She will then accept that you and her weren’t meant to be and open herself to meeting a new man and moving on instead.
3. They often eventually accept being in a relationship, without the other person having to feel like their true soulmate
In a lot of cases, a woman might move on from a guy she initially perceived as being her soulmate and fall in love and be happy with someone else.
The main reason she can do that is because being soulmates and in love with each other is not the only thing a woman looks for in a relationship with a man.
Other things that are important to her can include:
- Wanting the same things in life such as getting married and starting a family together, or not settling down and instead focusing more on their respective careers, or going traveling together.
- Having a big dream or goal in life that they’re working towards achieving together.
- Having similar beliefs and values (e.g. they prefer to stay at home and focus on studies or work, alternatively they both enjoy partying and living a carefree lifestyle).
- Being happy and optimistic about a future together, rather than feeling stressed out and unsure.
- Having a spark of sexual attraction between them that grows stronger over time, rather than fading away and they then end up being more like roommates or neutral friends.
- Being able to grow and mature together as a couple as well as individuals, rather than remaining stuck at the same level for many years, while friends and family move on to better things and new experiences together.
- Feeling as though life is getting better together, rather than staying stuck or even getting worse as time goes by.
So, when she finds a man with whom she can experience these things, she’s usually not going to get hung up about the fact that he’s not her ‘soulmate.’
Instead, she’s going to be happy to have a guy who makes her feel the way she wants to feel in a relationship with him and she’s going to show him by being a loving, devoted woman to him.
So, if you want your ex back, you’re going to have to offer her more than the idea that you and her are soulmates.
You’re going to need to attract her in ways that truly matter to her.
Another common thing that can happen when soulmates break up, is…
4. They may begin to realize that everyone in this world is a soulmate to them in some way or another
The word ‘soulmate’ has often been romanticized in poetry, literature and romantic movies.
As a result, people have been led to believe that there is only one such person for each one of us and that if soulmates break up, it means you’ll end up alone and miserable for the rest of your life.
Yet, that’s not necessarily true.
According to Wikipedia, a soulmate is described as, “a person with whom one has a feeling of deep or natural affinity. This may involve similarity, love, romance, comfort, intimacy, sexuality, sexual activity, spirituality or compatibility and trust.”
Based on that, it’s quite clear that any woman you have a relationship with and visa versa, can become a soulmate.
In other words, when you fall in love with someone, they become a part of your life story, simply because they’ve been a part of your soul, whether for a long, or a short time.
So, after a break up, a guy can move on and fall in love with another woman and she can then become his soulmate, because she’s now part of his journey through life.
At the same time, his ex will always be a part of him, because his life and hers have touched and the imprint will always be there.
So, in some cases, when soulmates break up, they may come to realize that even though what they shared with each other was unique and special, it doesn’t have to mean they won’t be able to find another person who will also be their soulmate in this life.
At the same time, if you decide that your ex is your soulmate and you only want to build a future with her, you can.
All it takes is for you to reawaken her feelings of respect, attraction and love for you during interactions (e.g. by making her laugh and smile and feel good to be around you, creating sexual tension between you by flirting with her so she wants to kiss and hook up to see how she feels, being manly in the way you talk, act and behave around her).
When you make her feel new and exciting feelings for you, she will naturally realize that there’s something unique and special between you and her.
She then wants you back for her own reasons (i.e. she truly believes that you and her are matched at a soul level).
5. Years pass by and their soulmate becomes a distant memory
The longer a couple remains apart, the more likely it is that whatever feelings they have for each other will fade away.
For example: In some cases, a guy who believes his ex is his soulmate will avoid all contact with her.
In his mind, he thinks things like, “If we’re truly soulmates, she will come back to me on her own. I won’t have to do anything to make it happen. In fact, if I try to force it, it might actually prove the opposite (i.e. that we’re not soulmates after all).”
In the meantime, his ex might be sitting around missing him and waiting for him to make a move to get her back.
However, the more time passes by where she doesn’t get a call or even a text message from him, the more likely it is that she begins to doubt that what they had was special.
She may then start thinking things like, “I’ve been a fool all this time thinking that we’re made for each other and that this was just a hiccup in our relationship. Clearly he doesn’t feel the same way I do. In fact, he must already be over me and possibly has even moved on, seeing as he didn’t even try to get in touch with me to see how I’m doing. Well, I’m not going to make a fool of myself any longer by waiting around for him. There’s plenty of guys out there who would love to be in a relationship with me. So, starting right now, I’m putting my ex behind me and I’m moving on.”
She then makes herself available to meeting, hooking up with and dating new men (e.g. by going out to clubs and bars with her single friends, accepting dates from guys at work/university/her apartment building, joining an online dating site or using an app like Tinder).
Eventually, she meets a guy who is able to give her the attraction experience she really wants and she opens herself to fully falling in love with him and being his girl.
As a result, all thoughts of her ex fade away, until he eventually becomes a very distant memory.
In the meantime, he’s still sitting around waiting for her and wondering why his soulmate isn’t running back to him like she’s supposed to.
Don’t let that happen to you.
If you believe that your ex is the perfect woman for you, don’t let her get away just because you’re buying into the romantic notion that soulmates never break up.
However, they also get back together again, if the guy has the balls to reactivate his ex’s feelings for him.
You can be that guy.
Don’t wait around and risk losing your girl.
Call her or meet up with her and get her back.
She’s likely sitting around waiting for you.
Another common thing that happens when soulmates break up is…
6. They find a new soulmate and experience a new level of happiness that they are content with
There are times where soulmates can move on and find another person to fall in love with and be the keeper of their soul.
This doesn’t mean that they won’t miss their original soulmate, or that the love they will experience with the new person will be the same.
Each relationship is special and unique in it’s own way and when soulmates break up, that remarkable connection they shared will always be a part of their heart and soul.
Of course, as always, you don’t have to wait until your ex has moved on with someone else.
You can take action to get her back now.
Interact with her over the phone and in person and give her an upgraded attraction experience (e.g. show her that you’ve leveled up as a man, be more of a challenge to her so she feels worried about losing you, make her feel like a desirable woman rather than a neutral friend).
When you do that, she stops focusing on the negatives of the past and begins to see that you really are her soulmate.
She then opens back up to giving you another chance, because she doesn’t want to lose you.
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