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deekshaa deekshaa 31-35, F 15 Answers Nov 24, 2012 in Dating & Relationships

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I don't believe in this whole soulmate fiction. This concept seems to have been concocted in the mid 90's for some foolish reason. The idea of a soul mate type relationship where no friction exists is pure fiction. Each and every relationship out there will endure some level of friction and some level of change.

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Real relationships always have a hard time here and there, but there are people that people have a high compatibility with

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I believe in them...Love always is possible, though no friction is not...Soulmates endure conflict...It is their abiding love and their other qualities in tandum that make their love foolproof and a lifetime...*smiling* I do believe in soulmates...Let me tell you a story about two people who met and fell in love on here...You will love it...It is still in progress...

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yes....it can happen.

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No. No, I do not. No. This is a ridiculous notion. The soul is expansive. It is not exclusionary. It can not limit itself in this life or the next. There IS such a thing as a life mate. Someone we meet who is easy to love who we love for our whole lives, we express our love for our lifemates with our expansive souls. I hope that clears everything up.

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I've stopped looking so they might need to scream in my face "I'm right here!" for me to notice.

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I believe that we can feel deeply connection to someone without knowing them first- a premonition of the soul perhaps, a little nudge that, "Hey, this person is going to be important in your life". <br />
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But no. To say that one never has to work to preserve love goes against the nature of love itself. Love is not just a feeling, it is what you do. It is in part a conscious choice.

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NO friction? No, that's ridiculous. You have two people sharing their lives, eventually they're going to disagree about something. It's how they deal with their disagreements that matters.<br />
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My other problem with this notion is that the idea of "soulmates" implies there's only one person in the world you could ever love; if that were true, the chances of actually meeting that person would be tiny.

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People who are always in love, soul mates if you will..still have friction. It is their ability to work together through it that makes them perfect together. And yes, I still believe in that.

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As of last Monday, NO! :o(

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Yes, I definitely believe in them.

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I believe in them. Never found one though.

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I believe in them. But they are very very very rare.

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