I think they exist.

Just not always romantically.

I think there are certain people you will meet in your life who just connect with more than anyone else and you just know it isn’t a typical thing and you understand each other perfectly. And this person won’t always be your “significant other”. I mean it could be your friend or sibling or parent or teacher or the person you’re dating or whoever, it could be just about anyone you’ve ever interacted with.

Do you agree?

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13 responses to “Soulmates”

  1. Good friends are hard to find. They are closer than a family relationship. It’s not bound by the complexity of sexual confines. A platonic experience that is wholesome but not necessarily good. A relationship that is wholesome and good is cultivated like a flower that blooms once in a life time. So yes I agree.

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  2. I believe in soulmates. I would LOVE to find one in a significant other. However, the more I think about it, I’m okay with having my friend be my soulmate. Which until just now, I realize she’s been my soulmate all along. My best friend and I have been friends since we were toddlers, 46 years. She was born in Illinois and I was born in Mississippi. I was born five before her. My name is LaShaundrea and hers is LaShawn. We met while visiting our grandparents and have never lived in the same town more than a year or two; however, we have always managed to stay connected. Always! Now that I think about it, I’m more than certain she’s my soulmate.😊

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