Soulmates or friends?

What’s your reality?

The romantic comedies, the tv shows, the novels, and even some of us, think there is one soulmate out there for each of us. And somehow in those movies in all the people in the world, somehow their soulmate is just around the corner, a high school sweetheart, or a prince who just swept you off your feet during his visit to your city.

Simple right? Totally.

Think back to shows like Friends or Sex & the City (SATC). Monica and Chandler did not believe in soulmates, but they felt that they found each other in a time that was right for both of them, and that they worked hard at their relationship to keep it wonderful and lasting.

The women in SATC felt that no matter who came and went through their lives in respect to relationships, the four of them would always have one another. They were each other’s soulmates. They were “soul-friends” as I like to put it.

As I move through time, and focus more on stronger friendships, I realize that there are a select few – the ones that have stood the test of time – the ones that text just to say hi – the ones who stay in touch regularly – the ones who you can fall back into place with the second you see them – the ones who won’t judge you – they support you, and hold you up, no matter what you’re going through.

Soul friends are sometimes stronger than soulmates and will realistically be there longer and form bolder, more involved, and meaningful relationships.

Take care of your friends, your soul friend is probably right in front of you.


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