10 Ways

Natural Solutions - - Food Matters | - BY CAR­MEN HARRA, PHD

Through­out my ca­reer,

I have seen ev­ery­thing from cou­ples who mar­ried their child­hood loves to peo­ple in their re­tire­ment years who still strug­gle with com­mit­ment is­sues. Most of us fall some­where be­tween these two ex­tremes, mean­ing that we ex­pe­ri­ence sev­eral re­la­tion­ships be­fore find­ing the per­son we be­lieve to be our per­fect pair­ing.

Whether you’re cur­rently mar­ried, in a re­la­tion­ship, or con­tem­plat­ing en­ter­ing a re­la­tion­ship with a new love in­ter­est, it is cru­cial that you know what role this per­son will play in your life. Af­ter all, there’s no avoid­ing the in­evitable, of­ten un­com­fort­able ques­tions we must ask our­selves: Is this the per­son I was bound by destiny to share my life with? Or did I set­tle too quickly into a re­la­tion­ship with some­one who can never com­plete me? An­swer­ing these ques­tions hon­estly can be hard with­out a bit of guid­ance. There are 10 signs that in­di­cate a soul mate bond—or a lack of—be­tween you and your part­ner. Ever met two part­ners who fin­ish each other’s sen­tences? Some peo­ple call that spend­ing too much time to­gether, but it’s the sig­nal of a soul mate con­nec­tion. You might ex­pe­ri­ence this with your best friend or your mother, but it is the tell­tale sign of a soul mate when you ex­pe­ri­ence it with your ro­man­tic part­ner.

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