Confronting your soulmate can have a good or bad outcome. A deciding factor would be the timing of your confrontation with your soulmate. For instance, if your soulmate is running, for whatever their personal reason, you may feel the need to confront them. They may have blocked you from their phone, email and social media. It is exceptionally frustrating when your soulmate is a running and they are ghosting you.
You want to plead your case, ask them why, help them through it, even change their mind. You are also more than likely very pissed off and/or very hurt as well. So you set out to confront them, because you are tired of their nonsense and feel there are things you need to say and that they need to hear. That all sounds good in theory, but chances are so slim you will have a receptive audience or receive a warm welcome.
They are doing everything in their power to avoid you, and usually, more often than not, do not appreciate you demanding an audience with them. They obviously have not worked out their issues, so confronting them will usually result in bad behavior and negative comments on their part. This normally leads to bigger issues for the soulmate couple, even soulmate rejection, and who the hell needs that? No one.
If your soulmate is a runner it is not wise to chase after them and confront them. This is a lesson they have to learn by themselves, and unfortunately you have to give them the space to do that, or you prolong them learning their lesson. Wait until your soulmate wants to speak or see you again. All those things you would have said if you were confronting them when they were running, you can say to them now. Now they are ready, willing and able to at least hear you out. Now you have the chance of them being open and honest instead of defensive.
There is also a good chance they will have learned something while you were apart and will explain to you truthfully what was on their mind at that time. (Instead of lying to you like they would have when they were running). Now there is a higher probability that you can have a real discussion, and be heard, and begin the healing process. If you were confronting your soulmate when they cut you off, you would more than likely have just been hurt again.
Keep in mind that confronting your soulmate is not enough. You have to show your soulmate through your actions (such as creating and enforcing new boundaries) that you have learned your lessons as well. You have to show your soulmate that what they did not only brought about change in them but it brought about changes in you as well. They need to see, and not only hear, that you are not going to put up with their behavior or them running over and over again.
You may feel you simply must confront your soulmate now, but we would advise you to wait until the timing is right to do so.