On-off soulmate relationships are quite common. Come to think of it, most soul connections have on-off relationships. One of the main reasons for on-off soulmate relationships is the pull which draws them back together after a break-up. The connection is so strong that they gravitate towards one another, like two giant magnets. They try to stay apart but something triggers them and it’s difficult to move on.
THE PULL AND PUSH OF SOULMATES
Soulmates give each other more chances to get the relationship moving forward than they would anyone else. The unique connection causes them to believe they can’t get closure unless they try everything to get the relationship on track. Another reason for on-off soulmate relationships is because one or both, is a runner. Some soulmate runners only run once. But for others it’s like a swinging door. They run out of fear or because they are in denial about the connection.
While couples are apart, many come to terms with the connection and return because they are now ready to give the relationship their all. The runners, who run over and over, stay away only as long as they think they can get away with it. They don’t want their soulmate to move on. And runners keep coming back to make sure their soulmate doesn’t get the chance to do so. The more they run, the longer they will stay away the next time.
SOMEONE ELSE IS INVOLVED
Another reason for on-off soulmate relationships is when another person involved. During the soulmates “off” period they run to another person. Or they stay in a bad relationship they haven’t ended. These soulmates use the on-off pattern as a game to keep both the soulmate and other relationship in their life.
They do it to avoid doing what they should be doing, which is ending the relationship. And their soulmate is enabling them. These are also hard to fix with no quick fix either. If you’ve let your soulmate pull this stunt one too many times, don’t expect it to change by itself. Your soul mate will keep doing this on-off nonsense for as long as you will allow it.
These on-off soulmate relationships will never really go anywhere but downhill. They’re never given a chance to grow and become something serious. There comes a point where these on-off soulmate relationships reach a breaking point. The one being left either has to make changes to their behavior and reactions to the constant back and fort. Or the relationship is doomed.
When the on-off pattern of a soulmate relationship becomes predictable and deeply set, it can take years to fix. There is no quick fix for an on/off soulmate relationship. Sorry, but their isn’t. It took a long time to make this mess, it is going to take a long time to fix it.
Originally posted on January 10, 2019 @ 4:00 am