Stop Trying to Make the Wrong Person Your Soulmate

Stop trying to make the wrong person your soulmate. Not everyone you have strong feelings for is a soulmate. Not everyone you have a crazy relationship with is a soulmate. Great chemistry does not mean they’re your soulmate. Not everyone you dream about is a soulmate.


Too many people try to make the wrong person a soul connection. The intensity levels in soulmate relationships can feel very similar to toxic, dysfunctional ones. The emotions and drama run very high. So someone yearning for a soulmate, can confuse the wrong person as one.

Stop Trying to Make the Wrong Person Your Soulmate

Stop Trying to Make the Wrong Person Your Soulmate

No matter how hard you try, you can’t make the wrong person your soulmate. It’s not up to you to create one. That’s for the universe to do. This confusion can create disastrous results. You can waste too much time with the wrong person. And that could actually keep you from finding a true soulmate partner.

Try looking at the relationship from a neutral position. It’s hard to tell when you’re actually in the relationship. But try keeping emotional distance. Just because you have a hard time imaging being without someone doesn’t make them a soulmate. And even people in toxic relationships have a hard time imagining themselves without them. If you think about someone all the time, it doesn’t mean you’re in a soulmate relationships. People in highly dysfunctional relationships think about each other all the time.


You may have some similarities to your romantic partner but this doesn’t mean you’re soulmates. It’s not in your best interest, for romantic success and happiness, to insist the wrong person your soulmate. Many people contact us to tell us they know their current partner is their soulmate. But we read it differently because we’re able to look at it from the deeper connection. Many times we tell them the person they call about isn’t a soulmate And that they’re the wrong person for them. Unfortunately they don’t want to hear it since they already think it’s a soulmate connection. And they can get very angry when we disagree.

Sometimes we hold on to the wrong people and need a reason to justify it. Telling yourself the wrong person is a soulmate can give you a reason for staying. If you believe all soulmate relationships work out you may erroneously believe your current situationĀ is destined to be sunshine and roses one day.

Don’t kid yourself. It’s not going to happen. You need to stop trying to make the wrong person your soulmate. Are you hanging in there with the wrong person hoping it will get better because you believe you have a soul connection? That is a waste of your precious time. There’s nothing wrong with searching for your soulmate, just don’t think every person you like is one.


  1. Just loved this article!

  2. You have a good point.. Thumbs up

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