Are you a secret soulmate? Has your soulmate kept your relationship a secret from their friends, family, and co workers? Have you gotten tired of being a part of their life yet you are not allowed to be a part of theirs?
When your soulmate keeps you a secret, you wind up feeling left out. You don’t go with your soulmate to their work functions. You don’t get to join them with their family at holidays, special occasions and significant events. When their friends invite them anywhere, they never take you along.
It may make you wonder exactly how important you really are to your soulmate. How can they say they love you so much and want you in their life when so much of their life is off-limits to you? They say things will change, but as time goes by, you are beginning to lose hope. You have heard their excuses and at first may have felt understanding or compassionate for them. But lately, or for a long time now, you are beginning to get mad and frustrated.
How can your soulmate relationship grow if your existence in their lives is kept a secret? It really can’t. How can you trust them if to everyone else they know thinks they are single? Your soulmate has been lying to everyone in their lives by denying their involvement with you. If and when you actually do meet these people, you are going to have to start your relationship with them with lies. Not exactly a good foundation to build a relationship on, is it?
And what about your soulmate’s excuses? What is a good excuse for making you their secret soulmate? Are they involved with someone else? Well, rather than continuing to live a lie and cheating, the time has to come where they love you enough to let go of their previous relationship. Yes, ending a relationship is difficult, but you may have to suspend your relationship with your soulmate until they do.
Obviously the relationship they are in is not working for them, and they were lucky enough to be blessed with the connection they have with you. Once they are sure of both your feelings and know you are both in it for the long haul, all excuses are no longer excusable. So they will lose money. Big deal. They can make more that they wont have to share and can rebuild.
How their family and friends react to your relationship should not matter. If they want this relationship with you they should be brave enough to fight for it. No one likes a coward, and since they are not in danger of losing their life, they should be more than willing to fight for a soulmate relationship. A soulmate relationship should be cherished, not banished behind the scenes, kept a secret, in the dark. If your soulmate wants to keep you in their life, they are going to have to let you be a part of their entire life.