Does your soulmate realize they hurt you? Do they feel bad about what they did to you? Often soulmates can be oblivious to the effects of their behaviors and how they can negatively impact your relationship.
DOES YOU SOULMATE TAKE RESPONSIBILITY?
You may feel you do is show your soulmate unconditional love but they don’t seem to reciprocate that love. To make things feel worse, they don’t seem to feel guilty, or truly sorry for what hurt you. How can you forgive your soulmate again when they show no remorse. They can apologize, insisting they won’t repeat the behavior, but their word doesn’t mean anything to you. Since they repeatedly exhibit bad behavior, you no longer believe them. And rightly so. Why would they repeat doing things to hurt you if they really felt bad about it? They wouldn’t.
There are many soulmates who don’t act like they feel bad at all. These people pretend nothing ever happened. They expect you to let them off the hook, as if the whole thing was just a dream. You probably haven’t spoken to each other for a while and they possibly ghosted you.
Then they magically appear acting like everything is completely normal. And fully expect to pick up where you guys left things. They don’t feel bad about the things they said. There’s no guilt about the things they have done. To top it all off, they don’t want you to feel bad either, even though you were the one who was hurt.
Never let a soulmate or anyone else pull the amnesia trick on you. Let them know you’ve been hurt, even if you’re the one that brings it up. Letting them know that until they show they actually have a conscience, apologize and acknowledge their behavior, there’s nothing to say. They owe you an explanation and an apology. Any apology is better than acting as though it never happened. They have to take responsibility for their actions and should pay some consequences for them.
It’s not your responsibility to mend what they break, it’s theirs. It is their lesson to learn.They can’t even begin to fix things and help you heal if they refuse to acknowledge the elephant in the room. It’s not up to you to make yourself feel better. You’re more than likely a good person. If you hurt someone, including your soulmate, deliberately or not, you would own it. So why shouldn’t they?
If they’re a decent human being, they will. So give them back the responsibility of fixing their own messes. Think about how you feel when your soulmate hurts you and they refuse to acknowledge it. You feel awful, unloved, and misunderstood. You want our feelings validated and you want the person that hurt you to make you feel better. Don’t let your soulmate off the hook. Don’t accept it when they tell you they suck at apologies. They can and they should.
A soulmate connection is not about just enjoying the good times together but about being there for one another when things are rough. Just because your soulmate may not appear to feel guilty about their transgressions, it may be because you’re not calling them out on it. Don’t sweep it under the rug. Set some boundaries to help your relationship get back on track.