other spirit from a previous life perhaps, but whatever the case, there is instant recognition.
That recognition, that spiritual connection, will never go away even if the breakup ends on less than amicable terms. This may or may not be what you want to hear, but from a professional stand-point, this is what happens.
So, if you happen to be one of the statistics this year, and you become the victim of a breakup, remember that there was a reason for the two of you to come together in the first place. Figure out what it was that you learned from it, and go on from there.
Breaking up is certainly hard to do because nothing hurts worse than the pain of the heart. Even though it seems a callous thing on the part of your boyfriend/girlfriend, think of it as a favor.
To extend a bad relationship would be detrimental to your well-being. Things would only escalate, and who knows what might happen.
There is a distinct plan for you, and this certain person was only meant to come into your life to teach you something, or you teach him, so find ways to look on this as a learning experience.
You’ll come out ahead in the long run and it will only empower you for the next relationship.
And just think of how nice the next one will be because you have learned a valuable lesson that will give you more strength and power than you had before.
With each relationship, you grow stronger and more confident in what does and does not make you happy. Before long, you will find the one who is supposed to be with you on a long term basis.
Meanwhile, pick up the pieces, learn what it is you are supposed to learn from this relationship, and move on into a better life and a better world of pure, soul mate love.
About the Author:
Relationship expert Dorothy Thompson is the editor/contributing author of ROMANCING THE SOUL and coaches those seeking answers to their soul mate questions. You can visit her website at http://www.dorothythompson.net or her blog at http://www.soulmateadvice.blogspot.com