Do You Only Get One Soulmate?

At some point in your life, you’ve probably heard a woman say that she’s met “the one” or her boyfriend is her soulmate, but do you only get one soulmate in your lifetime?

With roughly 7 billion people in the world, the idea of only having one soulmate is truly outdated, especially when you consider the fact that the internet and technology has brought the world so much closer together. Today, there’s more opportunities than ever to meet new people. 

After going on countless unsuccessful dates, you may start wondering whether you overlooked or wrote off your soulmate in the past. And, being single for an extended period of time can make you question whether you made the wrong choice in ending certain relationships. Then, you might think you should double back to one of your exes because maybe, just maybe, he was actually “the one.”

But, if your long-term single status is the reason why you start to consider re-dating ex-boyfriends, your energy would be better spent meeting new people. 

When the “pickings are slim,” you can’t start convincing yourself that you already dated your soulmate and there’s no one else out there for you. You may not have a ton of great, compatible men lined up for dates, but you don’t need several great matches banging your door down. You just need one. After all, you can only marry one person.

If you’re interested in finding out how to leave a relationship so that you can live a regret-free dating life, check out my post No More Boomeranging

For more great dating advice, get my book: Picking up the Pieces: Rebuilding Yourself for the Love and Relationship You Deserve

Till Next Time,

Dee

Photo Credit: Image courtesy of Sira Anamwong at FreeDigitalPhotos.net

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