You and your soul mate know each other so well and feel each other’s feelings: worry, stress, sadness or joy and happiness. You know your soul mate’s flaws and how to benefit from them. It may seem surprising, but our flaws have benefits.
Even when things do not look so good, it is always your task to look for the good. Stubborn people are good at making decisions and overly organized people are good at paying bills timely. You and your soul mate are on the same page with goals, ethics and values. You both want the same end result, though your approaches may be different.
Attempting to make decisions and expressing concerns are challenging, but soul mates know they will be able to work it out. You respect each other’s need for independence, whether it is boy’s or girl’s night out, knowing that your time alone is special.
The need for time alone does not threaten any of you. Each of you is secure realizing you are the only one; handsome men or pretty girls at the office do not threaten your relationship. Soul mates can be polar opposite and most of the time have different opinions, but you respect each other’s differences. Although you still have your own opinion, you have a deep level of respect for each other, which means you agree not to disagree.
People unintentionally hurt each other, when they are angry, but soul mates are not hurtful, punitive or nasty. Giving in often occurs in abusive or unhealthy relationships, but soul mates give in to each other to make each other happy.
Naturally, it is not easy to apologize; nevertheless soul mates can easily say “I’m sorry”, even if they feel justified in what they said or did. Soul mates complete each other like the yin and yang of perfect harmony.