How do you know when you’re in the right relationship? Have you met your soulmate? How will you know when you do meet your soulmate?
As a relationship progresses, these are questions that plague all of us. Don’t panic, these questions are normal and it’s important not to ignore them. They can often lead to evaluating a relationship for soulmate signs – which are good indications of whether we should stay with someone or not.
We like to think of the following list as our guide to the most important soulmate signs. If you can tick off all of the things on this list, congrats, you’ve probably found your soulmate. If you can tick off around half, it may be time to reassess the relationship and either put more work in or cut your losses. And if you can’t tick off any of our soulmate signs? We think you know what to do…
Soulmate signs checklist
- You’re comfortable with each other and aren’t afraid to speak your mind — your soulmate won’t judge you (maybe just a little bit when you watch a Keeping Up With The Kardashians marathon).
- You have fun together. Good relationships are based on a solid friendship and, when you’re with the right person, even the most mundane task can be fun.
- If something amazing, terrible or hilarious happens to you, the first thing you think is ‘I can’t wait to tell my partner.’ This might seem like one of the more irrelevant soulmate signs, but we think it’s incredibly important.
- You make time for each other, but also realise the importance of having your own friends, hobbies and interests.
- You can talk about the future without feeling awkward about it.
- He or she really listens to you when you talk — without keeping one eye on the TV, or scrolling through Facebook.
- Your soulmate’s perceived ‘flaws’ aren’t deal breakers – and you’re not set on ‘improving’ or changing them.
- You can disagree or fight without worrying that it might signal the end of the relationship.
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- You don’t mind introducing your potential soulmate to your friends, family or colleagues.
- Your soulmate considers you when they make decisions — both big and small. This doesn’t mean you always get your way, but you should always feel included.