The Soulmate Relationship Roller Coaster

The soulmate relationship roller coaster may sound like something you want to ride. But with all the ups, downs, twists and turns soulmate relationships bring, are you really prepared for the ride of your life?

Soulmate relationships are not for the weak of heart, so you better buckle up. Get ready for what, at times, could be a very scary ride.


At the beginning of the ride you go higher and higher and higher. Nothing scary about that, right? The same thing happens when soulmates first meet. The recognition of souls occurs and emotions go higher and higher and higher. But then, out of nowhere, comes the downward plunge.

Now here is where the roller coaster can get scary.

At an amusement park the plunge downward lasts only a few seconds. In a soulmate relationship the plunge downward can last a very long time. And it goes to lows one would never expect.

How can you ride the soulmate roller coaster and keep from screaming or getting sick to your stomach?


Well, the first thing you need to do is prepare yourself, as best you can. The downward plunges almost always happen. At the amusement park you strap yourself into the roller coaster and hold on for dear life.

The Soulmate Relationship Roller Coaster
The Soulmate Relationship Roller Coaster

And you need to do the same in a soulmate relationship. You have to ground yourself. You have to remind yourself that you share a connection, and you need to hold onto that connection, for dear life.

Let that connection give you strength and keep you centered. Don’t let the connection lead you astray. Don’t let your connection give you excuses to do things you wouldn’t normally do, or put up with things you normally wouldn’t put up with.

Soulmate relationships should be held to a higher standard than other relationships. Yet for some reason, too many people lower their standards instead.

You can’t expect to have a relationship on a high spiritual level if you engage in lower level behaviors. Set higher boundaries and be prepared to enforce them. Stand your ground. Don’t ever be afraid to do what you know is right.


You won’t ruin a soulmate relationship by doing the right thing. You can ruin a soulmate relationship by doing the wrong thing. If your soulmate is doing the wrong things, don’t join in. Let them learn their lessons. Or you will learn your lessons the hard way.

Learn to ride out the bad times, and don’t get impatient. The bad times will pass if you don’t add your own energy into them. If you do, you’re ensuring they will last a lot longer and do a lot more damage. It’s really not worth putting yourself through a lot of pain that could have been avoided by staying strong.

Your best bet is to let the roller coaster run its course.

You just need to hold on tight. And you may even have to white knuckle it at times. Do this until you and your soulmate are back on solid ground.