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Being Forced To Separate From Your Soulmate Is A Different Kind Of Pain

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There comes a point in our lives when we are forced to part ways with someone we imagined we’d spend our life with. The person we called our soulmate, our other half. The one person who makes our heart full of love and joy. The one who understands our mind and soul.

If you have ever been in a relationship with a person with whom you connected on a soulmate level, then you understand how special and intense those connections and relationships are. They are deeper than anything you’ve ever felt before.

But, sometimes, soulmates are forced to part ways. Maybe they met at the wrong time and the timing wasn’t right, or maybe something happened that separated them. Either way, the breakup of two soulmates is devastating and extremely painful. But you must realize that sometimes your soulmate is not the person that you are meant to be with.

Here are 8 things that you’ll experience if you are ever forced to part ways with your soulmate.

1. You’ll become a different person.

A relationship with our soulmate changes us at our core. We will never be the same again. The change may be internal as well as external, small or big. You may literally become a different person overnight. Because a heartbreak of that stature will not leave anyone untouched.

2. You’ll feel extreme amounts of pain.

Breaking up with your soulmate will inevitably bring an immense amount of pain to your life. You will start feeling devastated, depressed, and utterly sad like you’ve lost a part of you. The pain of this kind is normal when you separate from someone who knew your soul. And it will not go away quickly, but you’ll recover with time.

3. Your idea of what love should look like will change.

You will start thinking about love in a different way. You will realize that you might never get to experience that intense feeling of love again, and you’ll start feeling okay with that fact. You will begin to appreciate every form of love more, no matter of its intensity.   

4. You’ll feel like you are barely living for a long time.

Moving on from the relationship with your soulmate can feel like hell. You will start to feel like an outsider in your own life. You will ‘ghost’ on people because you don’t want to deal with them while your life is falling apart. But, don’t worry – in the end, everything will get back to normal and you will overcome this.

5. You’ll become strangers. 

When you and your soulmate are parting ways, there is not a possibility for you two staying friends. You have to entirely let them go because soulmate connections are ‘all or nothing.’ You can’t reduce a soulmate connection to a friendship.

6. You’ll always think of them from time to time no matter how much time has passed.

The wound that you’ll get from the separation with your soulmate is a wound that will never heal entirely. You will be vulnerable to revisit your past memories with them from time to time. This is normal, and you should not try to repress these feelings. Feel them and let them go whenever they appear.

7. You’ll move on with your life because you have no other choice.

You will definitely carry on with your life when the time comes. However, you’ll have a different view of the world around you. You’ll become wiser and stronger because you’ll vow that you won’t allow anyone to hurt you again.

8. You’ll find love again but it won’t be the same.

Eventually, you’ll find someone with whom you can experience love again, but it will differ from the love you had with your soulmate. This shouldn’t worry you because even though that may not be a soulmate love, it will still be love and it will be magical in its own way. You just have to embrace that feeling and let yourself go.


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Mary Wright


  1. 1,2,4,& 6 are all true when your soulmate passes away. You just want to curl up and never wake up. But that does not happen. Your hole world as you know it is destroyed . My life has changed so much in this year sense he passed away. I gave up and that didn’t work. I cried all the time and that didn’t work. I finally thought of Paul and thought what he would want me to do. I pulled myself up and adopted a dog and my life has changed again. I’m going on and one day we will be together again and that will be for eternity .

  2. Each point made me cry so bad. Only people who love deeply can understand and because they’re not the one for you. You have to let them go. I just went today to a place that him and i went before. There’s this eerie sadness. It’s been a long time since we last speak to each other. I thought i easily and completely moved on. But it’s hard when you remember how happy you two were and when you remember his presence. But i know it’s for our own good. It’s better this way. He loves you and you love him but it just can’t. It’s not meant to be.

  3. I agree to all of these. And these are the same feeling you feel when your kids are taken from you because of your soulmate and your choices to stay with him. And then you have to relive them again when your soulmate dies. Not only did I loose the first half of my heart I ended up loosing ALL of my heart. The pain can really take you to a dark place if you let it. You’ll fill like an empty skeleton, just floating around in the world when you don’t have your soulmate or your kids!


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