Do you regret ending your soulmate relationship? If you ended your soulmate relationship, there is a good chance you feel some regret at doing so. Soulmates have such a strong connection between them, and it is difficult to move on without them.
WHY SOULMATE RELATIONSHIPS END
You may have been pushed to the limit with the drama your soulmate created. And just couldn’t take it anymore. You may have been tired of waiting for them to end another relationship so they could give yours the chance it deserves. You may have become frustrated with the fact that although they promised to change their bad behaviors they still haven’t. And you believed ending the relationship was your last resort.
When you were with your soulmate, you may have felt like the only recourse you had was to end the relationship.But with the passing of time, those feelings or anger, frustration, or annoyance fade away. The feelings of loneliness, sadness, and emptiness come to the forefront. And leaves you to focus on the good times shared together. It changes your perspective on the relationship and tends to glamorize it instead of see it in it’s entirety.
DID YOU DO THE RIGHT THING?
If you had a good reason to end your soulmate relationship, then you more than likely did the right thing. The relationship had to get so out of control for you to end a relationship with a soulmate. You had to get off the crazy train and stop it in it’s track before more damage is done. It obviously was not going anywhere. And it was only going to get worse. It was time you took a stand, so don’t regret it.
Ending the relationship may be exactly what your soulmate needed to finally wake up to the fact they need to change their behavior. Believe it or not, ending a soulmate relationship is often what must be done in order for a soulmate reunion to happen. Only then are both soulmates are on the same page and ready to make the most of their relationship in a loving and positive way.
But if you call it quits for a stupid reason such as your own fears, trying to test your soul mate, or deny the connection exists, you will regret ending that relationship indefinitely. Losing your soulmate for no good reason will haunt you. No relationship will measure up to what you threw away.
Now you have time to get your act together. Then, when you know you have learned your lesson and can deliver the goods this time, reach out to your soulmate. They may be very resistant to you at first. They may have done everything they can to move on without you. You hurt them, badly, so don’t expect them to welcome you with open arms. That does happen sometimes, but much more infrequently. Stop living with regret, learn from your mistake and make amends to your soulmate as soon as possible.