Soulmate anxiety is very common in soulmate relationships although many people believe soulmate relationships are supposed to be perfect and problem free. Soulmate relationships are not the easy drama free relationships so many people think they are. A soulmate connection can bring forth major anxiety for numerous reasons. The greater the connection, the greater the fears that connection can bring.
It has been said that your mind can play tricks on you, but that is nothing compared to how soulmate anxiety and infiltrate your day-to-day life. Emotions run very high for soulmates, and those extreme emotions are not only shiny, happy emotions. You will experience extreme joy when it comes to your soulmate, but you can just as easily feel extreme depression.
Many people have a problem with a soulmate believing their connection is real, but these same people doubt the connection themselves. How can you expect your soulmate to believe in the strength of your connection when you suffer anxiety because of your soulmate’s disbelief? You can’t have it both ways. If you want your soulmate to believe in the connection and power of it, then so do you. If you want your soulmate to believe that nothing can tear apart your connection to them, how can you be worried your soulmate will forget you or break the connection?
Why is it that when one suffers soulmate anxiety over their relationship, so often the other soulmate does as well? The answer is easy. When faced with something new, emotions and experiences you have never had or felt before, fear can easily spring into action. Those fears grow with thoughts of loss, thoughts you are losing your mind, thoughts that only you have these feelings or thoughts you are out of control. With feelings like that, come massive anxiety as well. People involved in soulmate relationships have so many questions spinning through their minds that cause anxiety.
Questions that Create Soulmate Anxiety
- What if my soulmate doesn’t feel the connection?
- What if I am kidding myself and we really are not soulmates?
- What if I feel more for my soulmate than they do for me?
- What if my soulmate leaves me? Will I be able to survive that pain?
- What if my soulmate never comes back? Will I be alone for the rest of my life?
- What if my soulmate never acknowledges or accepts our connection?
- What if my soulmate never becomes single so we can have a real relationship?
- My soulmate does or says terrible things, does this mean we are not soulmates?
- What if my soulmate is able to break our connection?
- What if my soulmate never learns their lessons or gives us a chance to be together?
Questions like these can make anyone feel anxious, which can lead to soulmate obsession. The more you give in to thoughts like this, the more anxiety and stress you put upon yourself. If you want your soulmate to be strong and have faith, then you have to as well. Think about it like this: The universe created your connection for a reason. They created such a strong bond that even though you may want to break it, you can’t seem to do it. Instead of focusing on the pain, try pulling from a place of strength and acceptance.
Stop looking at what your soulmate is doing or needs to do and look at yourself. What are these hurdles you two are facing say about you? What is your role in this? What could you be doing differently? What has this connection brought out in you that you don’t like about yourself? Taking a hard look at yourself and making the right changes is what soulmate relationships are all about. Forget about the romantic aspect for right now, especially if your soulmate relationship isn’t especially romantic at the present time. Look at the life lessons this relationship is supposed to teach you and learn more about yourself. Soulmate anxiety has no purpose, so why focus on it? Focus instead on the wealth of self-knowledge it is bringing to you.