When your soulmate is dating someone else
Once he realized what was going on, he did something surprising.
He asked the woman and his wife to discuss the situation with him.
From a young age you were only really concerned with finding that “one person for you.” You weren’t interested in dating around like your peers, you just wanted to find that one and call it a day. You met while you were young, and reunited when you were older either in actual years or just spiritual and mental maturity. You recognize something when you look in their eyes and it’s basically undefinable but you don’t see it in anybody else. You feel what they feel, even if you aren’t naturally empathetic.
You know when something’s not right, physically or otherwise. Meeting them made you realize that romantic love — especially between soulmates — is so much more than just a fleeting, physical feeling.
Take the time first–before you take another step toward your new “soul mate”– to consider your situation from inside you.
One of our teachers, Gay Hendricks in his book , talks about a time he was attracted to a woman other than his wife.
Soulmates rarely experience “happily ever after” right away, despite what media and culture tells us. It’s not a bad thing, this is supposed to happen, usually. There’s a lot of overwhelming pressure to be absolutely certain that someone is meant for you forever and ever and ever so much so that while you’re still getting to know them, and maybe can’t even decipher that much, you end up misjudging because you think you need a verdict.You either go crazy trying to deny to everyone that the attraction is happening or you dip your toe (or whole body) into cheating and infidelity.“I’m in a committed relationship and I’ve have just found my soulmate. We believe that if you are truly in a committed relationship and your soulmate has just appeared from out of no where, the real problem isn’t that you’ve just found your soulmate. If you're seeing signs your partner isn't your soulmate earlier on in the relationship might halt it sooner than you'd like, but it'll save you wasted years (which is far worse, I think). Sure, you might feel emotionally invested in your partner, but it's totally possible that you're really just not meant to be together.