Break-ups are difficult to deal with, even for the strongest of souls. This is especially so for soulmates and twin flames.
It can and will feel like the worst pain you’ve ever gone through in your life. You may find you can’t eat, sleep or even think straight. All you seem to focus on is the pain you feel.
You may feel so debilitated you let other areas of your life get out of control. All you can think about is your spiritual partner. You spend hours imagining and wishing how things could be different between you. Unfortunately, your soulmate or twin flame relationship has has come to an end.
WHERE DID IT GO WRONG
You may try to understand where the whole thing went wrong. And you find yourself lamenting over what could have been. Try to understand that no matter how bad it is right now, this break-up may be only temporary. You would be amazed by how many soulmates and twin flames have broken up, only to reconcile and make it work.
Don’t think you’re not twin flames or soulmates because you’re experiencing tough times. Soulmates and twin flames are no stranger to tough times. Whenever change or growth is necessary, a choice must be made.
Either resist the change or create the change. Evolve and grow, or stay stagnant. It’s up to each member of the couple to make those choices. It is those choices that determine the quality of the relationship. These bad choices cause a lot of drama to spiritually connected couples. It’s also why a lot of them break up.
STAY STILL STAY QUIET
No one wants to be separated from their soulmate or twin flame for a long time. In your emotional state you may think you know what you should do to reunite and make things better. However, you may be dead wrong.
If you’re using your heart, and not your head, you could make a big mistake. You don’t want to do anything to make your break-up last longer. Of course you don’t want to make the situation between the two of you any worse.
So you shouldn’t force things right now. Allow your soulmate or twin flame to have some space. It’s important that you don’t try to control the situation. They may be out of control with their emotions, their thoughts or their behavior. That’s not something you can take control of. Let them work through things on their end.
What is in your control is what you do in the interim. Don’t allow your job, family, finances and your health fall apart. Let yourself feel like you’re at least in control of your own life and your own choices.
Please try, as difficult as it might be, not to fall into major depression. These break-ups are difficult but it does neither of you any good to fall apart completely and allowing your life to get out of control. If won’t help you during the break-up, and it will not help you as a couple when/if you get back together.