You fall love in with his or her flaws

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No re­la­tion­ship is per­fect, and even soul mate re­la­tion­ships will ex­pe­ri­ence ups and downs. Still, that bond will be much harder to break. Soul mates have an eas­ier time of tol­er­at­ing—even learn­ing to love—each other’s im­per­fec­tions. Your re­la­tion­ship is more likely to be a soul mate match if you both love each other ex­actly as you each are, ac­cept­ing both the great and aw­ful ten­den­cies we all have. Soul mates of­ten have a men­tal con­nec­tion sim­i­lar to the kind twins have with each other. One might pick up the phone to call the other at the ex­act same time. They of­ten can in­tuit when some­thing is wrong with the other, even when they are miles apart. Though you may be at a dis­tance, your minds will al­ways be in tune if you are soul mates. Soul mates have a ten­dency to look into each other’s eyes when speak­ing more of­ten than or­di­nary cou­ples do; they al­most “read” each other this way. It comes nat­u­rally from the deep-seated con­nec­tion be­tween them. Look­ing a per­son in the eye when speak­ing de­notes a high level of com­fort and con­fi­dence in them.

Car­men Harra, PhD, is a li­censed clin­i­cal psy­chol­o­gist, in­tu­itive coun­selor, and au­thor of seven books, in­clud­ing The Karma Queens’ Guide to Re­la­tion­ships and the best­selling Ev­ery­day Karma. For more in­for­ma­tion, go to Car­menHarra.com.

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