Marital success



A soul mate is someone suited to another as a friend or romantic partner in marriage. While the former gives way for the later to work out well, why? Friends are playmate who sees and knows things with a common view. Such view helps a lot in the marriage setting.

“Before you find your soulmate you must first discover your soul in Christ”

“Jesus answered and said unto him. if a man love me, he will keep my words: and my father will love him, and we will come unto him, and make our abode with him.” John 14:23


A soulmate is someone who challenges you to be better.

Someone who cannot stand seeing you sad

Someone who stays faithful, loyal and committed to you.

Someone who helps take care of you when you are sick.

Someone who stands by your side through the good days and bad days.

Someone who wants to grow old and grey with you.


You Feel Safe Around Them

At the end of a busy day, there’s no other place you would rather be than with this person.
For some reason, a part of you just relaxes when you are around him or her.

All the anxieties, worries, and fear that you feel wash away when you are in their presence.

You don’t even have to think twice: just thinking about being with them already gives you relief.

They Make You Feel Complete

There are parts of you that you never understood. Maybe it’s your hot temper or your awkward jokes or your horrible cooking.

Somehow, this person is able to do the things that you can’t, can feel things that you don’t precisely because you are made to complete each other.

You might be an extrovert and the other person might be an introvert. The point is, you have individual differences that, when combined, creates a complete person.

Their Happiness Is More Important

This is one of the important signs of a soulmate connection. Their happiness is your own. It doesn’t matter how many things you give up for the other person.

You feel incredibly compelled to make sure that their comforts come before yours. After all, loving someone is the most selfless act of all.

You Respect Each Other’s Alone Time

Having time for yourselves is one of the most underrated elements in a relationship. Once in a while, the soul needs to be alone again without any stimulation.

When you tell your significant other that you would like to be alone, he or she respects it without any complaints.

It’s the same for you. Whenever your soulmate asks for alone time, you don’t feel the need to constantly check up on them. You trust this person with your whole heart and respect them enough to give them space.

You Complement Each Other’s Weakness

Honoring your differences is one thing, complementing them is another. You can honor the views of your friends and family, but you can’t really change who they are.

Both of you recognize individual flaws, and work together to make each other better.

Your attitude is inclusive rather than accusing. When you fight, you identify weak points in their character and find ways to help them become a better person.

You Deeply Empathize With Each Other

You feel everything that they feel on a personal level. If they tell you about a job promotion, you feel equally excited as them. This is the beauty of a soulmate connection.

When they say they’re afraid, you find yourself watching out after them, wanting to protect them from the world.

More importantly, your empathy is limitless. Let’s face it, we get tired of people. We get tired of being understanding and friendly.

Compassion just runs out from time to time. With your special someone, you never have to force out empathy. It comes naturally to you, and vice-versa.

You Feel Like They Get You.

Regardless of your mental state, you feel like this person really understands what you are about and what you value the most.

They support you through thick and thin and know that what you are doing is important to you.

You Are There to Help Each Other

You can not only see yourself in one another’s shoes, but you feel like you’ve been there yourself.

You get one another and understand that there are going to be hard times, but you are there to help each other through it.

You Support Their Goals

Whether they want to be an Olympic runner or carpenter, you are there cheering them on and they do the same for you.

Not every person grows up dreaming of marrying a doctor or a lawyer – there are plenty of gifts people have to share with the world and you want your soulmate to do just that.

You Don’t Feel Threatened by Hard Conversations

Even when the going gets tough, you don’t worry that it signifies a breakdown in the relationship.

Because you are comfortable with one another, you trust that everything being said is important and necessary.

You Can Voice Your Opinion

You can tell them that shirt is ugly and they won’t get offended. And they can tell you the same. That’s pretty powerful.

Perhaps you can spend the afternoon buying not-ugly shirts together!

You Never Question Your Security.

You know that no matter where you are and what you are doing your soulmate will be with you.

A phone call from afar or standing by your side, your soulmate will go to great lengths to remind you that you are worth whatever it is you desire and will help you find your way to it and protect you all along the way.

You Know When it’s Time to Apologies

You don’t let pride get in the way of moving the relationship forward. You know when it’s time to say you are sorry and they do too.

With Your Partner You Feel No Stress

At the end of the day, no matter how bad it was, you can always come home to a safe and loving partner who is going to support you in whatever you need.

That’s how you know you’ve found your soulmate: when they are home to you.

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