Procrastinating soulmates are every common. When soulmates first meet they’re so consumed with enjoying their connection they fail to do certain things in their daily lives.
PROCRASTINATING SOULMATES IN OTHER RELATIONSHIPS
For example, soulmates often meet when they are in other relationships. When they do this, they’re guilty of procrastinating ending a relationship that had run it’s course. Now one would think they’d rush to end that relationship right away. Guess what? The opposite tends to happen. Now a soulmate in their life, they’re happy. They’re not dealing with their old relationship. Their focus and energy is now on enjoying the relationship with their soulmate. Providing of course, their soulmate is willing to enter into a relationship with them.
This is why we often must tell clients they shouldn’t feel the need to express their feelings, or enter into an affair, with their soulmate. Time and again, soulmates will procrastinate ending their other relationship. Sometimes the right thing to do is just wait by the sidelines. But let them know they need to handle their situation first.
This usually results in fear entering the situation. People with abandonment issues are afraid if they don’t rush into a relationship they’ll lose their soulmate. This makes zero sense. Because most fear-based excuses make zero sense anyway.
IT COMES IN MANY FORMS
Procrastination comes in many forms in soulmate relationships. But very often with soulmates, it’s over the top. Then again, everything in soulmate relationships tends toward extremes.
A soulmate often takes advantage of the connection. They think they can take as long as they want to create change because their soulmate will deal with it. They honestly believe their soulmate will wait forever if needs be. They use the power of the connection improperly. And in doing so, cause issues within the relationship.
They have full faith in the soulmate connection, so they procrastinate whenever they want. If you are foolish to wait around and let them get away with it, you’re enabling them. So don’t complain about it. You have a job in your soulmate relationship. But are you doing it properly?
Soulmates are supposed to aspire to be better and to do better, not slack off. If your soulmate has been procrastinating too long about a major issue it may be time for you to put your foot down. If you have waited a reasonable amount of time, and are sick of their excuses for not doing what they should be doing, take a stand and prepare to dole out some consequences. If you don’t, they might procrastinate indefinitely.