Does your soulmate realize they need you? Sometimes it may seem to you as though you need your soulmate but they don’t need you. Even though your soulmate seems to realize how much you need them, they act as though they don’t need you at all. So what is the truth? Does your soulmate realize they need you? Will they ever realize it or is it true that they don’t need you in their life the way you need them?
When it comes to soulmates, actually most romantic partnerships, quite often it is all an act. They know they need you, they just don’t what you to know it. They feel incredibly vulnerable with this very strong connection and how much it has made them feel. It makes them very uncomfortable because it is something they have never experienced before. They don’t know how to handle it. They worry they could be taken advantage of and get hurt if you see how much they need you. No one wants to get hurt, and in soul mate relationships, that fear is often enormous.
Always remember your soulmate is aware of their feelings. Everyone knows what they feel, although they may not realize how much. In many cases, we don’t know how much until that person is no longer in our lives, but we did know we had feelings for them before they left our lives. We may not have revealed our feelings or how much we needed them, but we knew to some degree.
One of the reasons soulmates take a break or end a soulmate relationship is because they are trying to prove they don’t need you. But they do, and that break often makes them face those feelings and how much they need their you, and they return.
Some people are welcome to the idea of needing someone. In many cases, however, the idea of needing someone is frightening. If your soulmate has been hurt before, or abandoned, they may resist needing anyone. They feel if they don’t need anyone, if they are abandoned, they will not hurt so badly. So when these types of people meet a soulmate, they resist the connection because their worst fear is staring them right in the face.
They may have been abandoned by a parent, family member, or romantic relationship in the past. They remember that pain and don’t want to experience that kind of pain again. So for a while they deny need you, and perhaps even deny the connection. They realize how much they need you, they don’t want to need you. (Or anyone else for that matter.)
That is why, in so many cases, when soulmates take some time apart, it’s not the end of the world. We understand how you would think that being in their presence would make them aware of how much they need you. Quite often though, it is being without you that makes them realize just how much they need you. When they come back and are ready to deal with it, and stop denying it to themselves and to their soul mate, the relationship can truly evolve and grow.