Are you waiting for your soulmate to change? Waiting is not going to do anything. You have already seen that for yourself. Being proactive is the way to create change. Right now you are probably frustrated waiting for change that has not happened. We get it.
Waiting is extremely frustrating, especially when you are seeing no real changes. Waiting also makes you feel hopeless and helpless as you exist in limbo not knowing what will happen. It makes you feel as though you have zero power, and that there is nothing you can do to get your soulmate to make the changes to improve your relationship. But that is not the truth. The truth is, the same connection that allows you to wait for your sou mate to change goes both ways.
Your soulmate has relied on your connection to keep you around even though they haven’t been making the changes you want them to. Well, it is time to turn the tables. Why is your soulmate the only one that has faith in your connection? Shouldn’t you have the same faith in your connection?
You may be thinking that your soulmate doesn’t feel the same way about you that you feel about them. You may think if they did they would make those changes for you to make you happy. That simply isn’t true. Your soulmate isn’t changing because they don’t believe they have to to keep you. And who taught them that? You did.
You don’t take your happiness seriously, so why should they? If all you will do about it is talk or argue, they won’t believe it is that important to you. Talk is cheap. It is not enough to make someone to see the serious nature of what you want or need. You aren’t doing anything about it, so they don’t do anything about it either. Why should your happiness be more important to them than it is to you? Because it sounds romantic? That is just not realistic.
It is up to you to express your feelings about everything. The thing is, talking about them is not always enough to really convey what you are feeling. So stop just talking about it, be ready to do something about it. And if you are not ready to do something about it, don’t expect them to do something about it either.