Soulmate relationships are important to us. When the quality of soulmate relationships goes down, everything else seems to fall apart as well. So what can someone do to improve the quality of their soulmate relationship? First, understand that it can’t just be done by one person. Both soulmates must contribute to the standard you set for the relationship. Each soulmate needs to do their part.
The couple can start by organizing their time better. Quite often we think our soulmate relationships are high priority, but in reality they get the crumbs of our time. We need to be aware of how much quality time we give to soulmate relationships. How can your relationship survive if the bulk of your time together is spent sleeping? Without quality time, you can’t have a high quality relationship. Set aside time for one another, and make that time sacred. Look at how much time you both waste on something like social media. Can you honestly say social media is more important than soulmate relationships? No? Then why do you find time for that but not quality time for each other. The time is there, find it, and set it aside.
Stop living for the future, for someday or one day. You may not get the time you believe you will have. Spend it wisely. If you and your soulmate have always wanted to go on a trip, learn a new language or skill, why put it off? Why not accomplish a goal together or check something off your bucket list now? If you can’t do it right away at least begin a plan today to make it happen someday. The quality of soulmate relationships is what you experience together. The memories you have made and continue to make add to the quality of your soulmate relationship. Take a class together if you have a common interest. Do something together that neither one of you are good at and make a joke of it. Laughing at yourself and together is a bonding experience and one you will look back on and laugh. What could be better than that?
Another way to improve the quality of soulmate relationships would be to treat them like a friend. We are sometimes more aware of hurting our friends feelings than we are our soulmates’. We say things to a soulmate that we wouldn’t say to a friend. Why? Because we think we can get away with it. We know we couldn’t get away with it from our friends. That needs to change. A soulmate is a friend too and they deserve the same respect and treatment we give our friends. Not less. They are not our enemy and shouldn’t be treated like one either.
If both take steps to improve the quality of your relationship you can’t help but see changes. Your attitudes, communication and behavior should all become more positive. Nurturing your soulmate relationship will not only help the longevity, but the quality for years to come.