There are many reasons for ending your soulmate relationship. For some it is simply a matter of moving on with their lives. For others there’s a realization the soulmate contract is complete. And the relationship has reached it natural closing point. Regardless of the reason, when a soulmate leaves you, it can be a very difficult experience. Not just for you but for your soulmate as well.
ENDING YOUR SOULMATE RELATIONSHIP IS HARD
Ending a soulmate relationship is not a decision to be taken lightly. If you feel you’re ready to end your relationship you probably have given it some thought. Perhaps your soulmate is not participating in the relationship. Maybe they’re not giving you what you expect and deserve in your relationship. And you want more. Maybe they are rejecting you. If this is the case you have probably tried to get them to be reasonable and reach a compromise. Or to at least meet you half way. If they’re not willing to work with you, ending your soulmate relationship may be your only recourse. Even though it’s difficult, it will free you to meet a soulmate partner who is better for you.
This may be the best course of action for you if you’re still interested in an ex or a past soulmate. You may decide your current relationship is not as fulfilling as the last one. And you desire to see if you can reunite with your ex. On the other hand you may not know if they’re willing to give it a fresh start.
Breaking up to begin a new relationship is another option. You may have met someone new and decide pursuing a new one is what you want to do. New relationships, especially new soulmate ones, are always exciting because it is all about the connection and the flush of new romance.
FEAR OF COMMITMENT
Seeing someone new, while you are still in a relationship, can be challenging. You may be ending your soulmate relationship to begin a new one that goes nowhere. This new guy you met could be a player or commitment phobic.
Fear of commitment is another reason for ending your soulmate relationship. Perhaps you’re not quite ready to settle down, get married and start a family. You may have your own career aspirations or need to reach some personal goals before committing to a relationship for the long haul.
If you’re commitment-phobic yourself perhaps it’s because in past relationships you were always hurt by those you loved. You may be moving to another city, state or country for your job. Job transfers are another reason for ending your soulmate relationship. Remember, even when you are in a soulmate relationship you still have to make your own personal choices for the best evolution of your soul.