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Huh? Aren’t they the same thing? Not quite. What follows are 4 key differences between the two. Accepting these differences is key to understanding the nature of love and companionship.
Difference No:1 – Purpose
When a soulmate enters your life, they seem to meet you exactly on the level you need them to. You learn lessons together, lessons that help you get through that stage of your life.
But then, things change. You take different paths.
It can be painful but rest assured; one day you’ll find a true life partner – someone that shares your goals. A life partner isn’t just there to guide you through one stage of life. They’re there to guide you through all stages going forward.
No: 2 – Attraction
What first draws you to your soulmate is how alike the two of you are. You complete their sentences with ease, and they do the same for you. You know exactly how they’d feel if you did ‘x, y or z’ because that’s exactly how you’d feel too.
But a soulmate also shares your flaws. And that’s where things get rocky. There’s no balance – no one to say “Hey, I know you’re mad and you don’t really mean that.” You’re too alike.
What attracts you to your life partner is intrigue – the fact that they’re not totally like you. Your faults and their strengths cancel each other out. And that makes for a balanced, stable relationship that can withstand even the most tumultuous of times.This is not a Paywall, but Newslex Point's journalism consumes a lot of time, hard-work and money. That's why we're kindly requesting our readers to support us in anyway they can, for as little as $1 or more, you can support us .
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