Calling it quits happens in many relationships. And yes, even soulmate relationships.
It can be frustrating when a relationship makes us feel it’s time to call it quits. It can be with a business we’re trying to keep afloat. Yet we feel like we’re drowning. A friendship can have us reach a point where calling it quits seems to be the only option.
CALLING IT QUITS THROUGH SEPARATION
Soulmates often go through periods of time where calling it quits leads to soulmate separation. Many people are unaware that soulmates can break up even though there is an intense connection between them. Some soulmates think calling it quits over and over again won’t destroy the relationship. This is not the truth. Even though soulmates have that unique bond and connection, soulmates can separate for good.
In many cases soulmates often find their way back to one another. The intensity of soulmate relationships is so strong. The connection is so deep and the feelings so overwhelming that many people feel a loss of control. When some feel they’re losing control there comes a desire to regain control.
One such way is to call it quits with their soulmate. They get the idea that if they can’t get control of their emotions, then why not just end the relationship? This way they get their control back.
That may sound good on paper but it’s not always the case. We are responsible for controlling our emotions to a certain degree, but we can’t shut our emotions off entirely. We are humans, not robots.
GETTING BACK TOGETHER
Many soulmates want to know if there’s a chance for a reunion because the thought of being without them hurts too much. People should take break-ups seriously. But some break-ups shouldn’t be taken seriously. Why? Because some people don’t see the difference between a fight and a break up. Just because a couple has a fight doesn’t mean it will lead to a break up, especially with soulmates.
It is okay for a couple to have disagreements, and it can actually resolve problems and bring the couple closer together. Some people worry that every little argument or cross word will lead to calling it quits. This isn’t always true. And if the relationship is a healthy one, it can’t be true. What that worry does signify is that there is a bigger problem that is not being addressed.
You may also want to check out our article: I Have Lost My Soulmate, Now What Do I Do?