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How to Find your Soul Mate


By Creative(54,965) Creative

Posted Saturday, December 01, 2007
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Many seeking love want a love that lasts and this can best be achieved if you are compatible with each other, i.e. you share common goals, interests and lifestyle aims. This person could be defined as your soul mate, ideal partner, perfect match, label it as you will. But really all it is, is someone you get on with, feel comfortable with and have very little conflict.

Emphasis on very little conflict.

If you are meeting someone for the first time and there is a certain amount of tension in the air, and it’s not all sexual then it might be conflict tension. See this as a possible warning sign of things to come if you become involved with each other as despite other sources of attraction, if conflict is a routine part of your relationship, it’s likely to be either a very short relationship or a very unhappy one.

You might be happy arguing all the time, but consider how this will affect any children you might have in the future.

So how do you find your perfect match?

If you are interested in Astrology you may be on the look out for your ideal star sign match, but be careful not to overlook star signs that are forecast as being problematic as not everyone fits their astrological stereotype.

A common place for romance igniting is in the workplace. This is not surprising when you consider the areas that make the match perfect. If you are working in a similar environment then that could suggest similar career aims and interests.

Other places you may find your perfect match may include familiar places that you hang out or specialist clubs that you  are a member of.

If looking for love on the Internet, search ‘interests’ to find people who share yours. This way you have an immediate source of conversation and one that will likely last through the years.

Family and friends who know you well may also be a reliable introduction service to people they know who are also single. If they know both people being matched they can have a good idea of whether you’ll get along or not. This is after all no different to what dating agencies try to achieve when matching singles.

Good luck in finding your perfect match!


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