Do Soulmates Really Exist?

I dreamed about meeting my soulmate for as long as I could remember. Now, at age 34 and married with 4 sons, I honestly believe that it is a myth. I have been married to my husband for 5 years. He is a good man, but we do not share anything in common. I have never cheated on him, even when he was deployed to Iraq twice.

Presently, I am very unhappy. Divorce is not an option, because I do not want my sons to grow up in a broken home. I want to chat with someone of the opposite sex that will remain platonic. I feel very guilty. Am I wrong for feeling this way? I will appreciate everyone's input. Thank you very much.
femmeafrique femmeafrique
31-35, F
1 Response Sep 21, 2012

I have a cousin, she and husband have the same day birthday, they have everything in common and think alike, one know what the other going to say before saying anything. They are bored with each other. I not sure I like to live like that, I rather be surprise by my wife on what she do or say.
Wait until you get more years in married it will change from lover to brother and sister like relationship, just figure out what he like, or yet take a vacation together and go some place you never been before...good luck.

My husband and I are already like a brother and sister. We talk about our children most of the time. Thank you so much for your response.