Is your soulmate appreciative of the things you do? We all can take for granted some of the things our loved ones do for us. After they have done these things so many times, we feel we are entitled to them. This attitude and perception make the people we love feel unappreciated. Why would we want to make them feel that way?
They make us feel loved by the kind gestures and thoughtfulness they show us. Why do we not feel the need to say thank you, even once in a while? Are they supposed to know it by telepathy or something? When we think of all the times they spend doing us favors, doing things to make our lives better, do we not realize they don’t have to do any of it? We should consider ourselves lucky someone cares enough about us to be as kind and thoughtful as they are.
Instead, many of us are not thankful, we are spoiled rotten brats. If your soulmate does not appreciate you they need to understand how this is going to affect your relationship long-term. When you make someone feel as though you do not appreciate them, they don’t feel loved. They feel taken for granted and that you do not value them. After a while, out of the blue, they will want out.
Even a soulmate will reach their wit’s end. They won’t care what you say at that point. Begging and pleading will fall on deaf ears. Sure there is a soulmate connection but it was not honored. They gave and gave and you couldn’t even say thank you. You couldn’t take two seconds out of your day (while they spent their day doing things for you) to let them know you appreciate them. Your words will seem empty because your lack of actions and lack appreciative words in the past spoke volumes.
They won’t believe you will change, even if they want to. You convinced them they can’t do enough to please you or get your attention. They don’t want to live like this anymore, with someone who takes them for granted. They become emotionally available to someone else because they emotionally checked out with you. You let it go on for too long for them to try anymore.
Now they want to find someone else, someone who treats them differently than you did. You have no idea how many clients tell us about ending their soulmate relationship. They were not appreciative, it went on too long, and they simply gave up on their soulmate. Some were fixable, but it took a lot of work, a lot of convincing and a lot of time to get the soulmates to reunite.
For some, it was too late. We are not suggesting you have to go overboard and be appreciative for everything and anything. Just be more appreciative than you have been. It can’t hurt your soulmate relationship, and it just may save it.
Also check our article: Improve the Quality of Soulmate Relationships