Anger between soulmates is not exactly uncommon. Soulmates often face a multitude of challenges, and with those challenges can come a lot of anger. In many cases anger can stem from frustration. Since both soulmates are supposed become better versions of themselves and make changes for the better, facing certain things about themselves can cause anger.
When a soulmate does not create change that would be good for both them and the relationship, their partner can react with different levels of anger. If a soulmate, for instance, has to start working less and change their life so they are enjoying it more, it may not be as easy as it sounds. If your soulmate is a workaholic or too dedicated to their job, the change may be difficult for them. Although it is not impossible, they would much rather you just accept the fact that they work a lot. It would be easy for them to ignore the change and just hope you adapt to the status quo.
Even if you are not a needy, clingy person, you would wind up feeling anger towards a soulmate that doesn’t make time for you. You want to spend time with your soulmate and also for them to be there for your important event. You want someone to be available when you do really need them.
What good is a relationship, even a soulmate relationship, if you don’t get to see one another? It is one thing if it is beyond the person’s control, because you wouldn’t fault them for that. But, you would be angry if it is their choice and instead of compromising, they don’t do a damn thing to spend time with you. It makes sense that someone would feel hurt and anger when they are a lower priority than someone’s job. Most of us do need a job to support ourselves, but we are referring to people who choose to work more than they need to. You want someone to be married to you, not to their job.
So many people contact us when they are having anger issues with their soulmate. Some fights between soulmates can get pretty heated, because the emotional level they operate on, regardless of if the feelings are good or bad, runs very high. Even little things can bring out a boatload of anger between soulmates.
Sometimes soulmates use anger to sabotage a soulmate relationship. Instead of working through their fears, they lash out in anger, or even end the soulmate relationship for nonsensical reasons. We all know what a deal breaker in a relationship should be, like cheating, but that you said something they took the wrong way? That is soulmate sabotage.
They pretend to be angry enough about something to end things with a soulmate when they were just looking for an excuse. Ending, in most cases temporarily, a soulmate relationship sometimes has very positive results and can be a great opportunity for a better relationship when they reunite. In the time apart, instead of being angry at their soulmate or their lack of control over their emotions, they realize how important their soulmate is to them. Soulmates don’t always learn their lessons when they are together, they often learn many apart.