Actions speak louder than words in soulmate relationships.
This is actually a common lesson most soulmates must learn to keep their relationship on track. When actions don’t support spoken words, the words are meaningless. The same holds true for your soulmate. If they’re telling you how much you mean to them, but their actions don’t support their words, their words are meaningless.
If either of you continually apologize for your mistakes, but the mistakes are constantly repeated, the apology was just lip service. When you or your soulmate promise to change, but do the same thing over and over, why should you believe each other? Actions and words should back each other up. Not be complete opposites.
ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER = THEY’RE MORE POWERFUL
It’s easy to lie with words, but it is much harder to lie with your actions. This is why actions speak louder than words in any relationship. So, if words and actions conflict, believe the actions instead of the words.
That doesn’t mean they don’t love or care for you. It just means they’re unwilling to put those words into action. It doesn’t mean they won’t ever change. But it does mean they don’t think they have to right now.
So what should you do?
Well, talking sure isn’t going help, especially if your actions don’t support your words. Did you threaten to end the relationship but then change your mind? Do you give them an ultimatum and not follow through with it? If you want their words to match their actions, yours must also match.
It isn’t enough to keep telling them how upset you are or how much it hurts you. They can’t feel your feelings no matter how much you elaborate on them. But they will think… it can’t be that hurtful, otherwise you would actually stop talking and do something about it. So, when are you going to actually do something about it?
Women, it seems often have a desire to talk things out and express themselves. Nothing is wrong with that. But after a while their partner’s heard it all before. Males, quite often are more about action. How can they take you seriously if you just keep talking about it but aren’t acting on it? See the difference? (This is a generalization, not meant to speak for all females and all males).
If you want someone to take you seriously, they need to see it. Not hear it, but see it. It packs a bigger punch and is much more believable. Stop talking and focus on your actions with your soulmate. Once the actions are on the right path, the words will easily sync with them. And then the relationship will move forward.