In other words, a levelheaded man is not going to be magnetically drawn to a woman who is clingy and desperate, drinks excessively and is overall mentally unstable.
The problem of loving a malfunctioning, abusive soulmate is: it’s extremely difficult (for some women impossible) to end a relationship or marriage with your kindred spirit. Soulmate relationships are known for their passion: an irrational and illogical emotion; hence, your blind love for him. He lies to you, he cheats on you or he verbally or physically batters you. You know he is slowly destroying you and you finally get the courage to leave him—but your soulmate’s tearful pleas and monetary bribes draw you back into his harmful relationship. You can’t seem to permanently walk away from the man who has held your heart in his hand—because you are soul-tied.
If you have met your true soulmate (a man who will add value to your life) there are no games. A true soulmate DOES NOT manipulate and control you, lie to you or cheat on you. No matter how intense your partner’s feelings are for you, a true soulmate DOES NOT verbally or physically abuse you. Never! No way! No how! When you are with an emotionally stable soulmate, there is no deception. There is no maltreatment. There is no reprisal because honesty, selflessness and unconditional love are the foundation upon which an honest, loving relationship is built.
If you are in a relationship with a “soulmate” who is dysfunctional, deceptive and abusive, maybe you should consider this:
Your relationships will never improve until you clean up your harmful emotional patterns which lead you to a destructive relationship. It’s the law of attraction; two malfunctioning people come together to create a defective relationship—it’s just that his stuff seems to be worst.
If you leave him, never look back because a soulmate, abusive or not, is like a powerfully addictive drug; the only way to permanently break the destructive influence he has over you is to bite the bullet, block his phone and emails and never communicate with him again. If he is a pathological liar, forget about getting the truth out of him because you’ll never get closure.
Lastly, I believe everyone deserves forgiveness and healing is possible for those who TRULY want it. If your emotionally impaired soulmate is willingly to get counseling, get sober and take meds—then hip hip hurrah! Otherwise, you may need to consider your life without him in it.
Written By Nancy Nichols
Originally Published on knowitallnancy.com
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