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How to find your soul mate
Searching for your soul mate is can be a daunting task. It is difficult to find that one person who truly cares for you and is willing to spend the rest of their life with you, no matter how good or bad things are. Unfortunately, many people find themselves disappointed with the results they get from dating. Perhaps they set expectations which are too high, or they are unrealistic. The high divorce statistics in the United States show that many people are unsuccessful with their dates, even when they choose to pursue marriage.
To find your soul mate, there are a number of things you will want to do. Doing these things can lead to a lifetime of happiness, while failing to do them can lead to a lot of emotional, and in some cases physical pain. You should first ask yourself how long you've known the person you're dating. If you've only known them a few months, there is no way you can know for sure if they are your soul mate. If you are looking for your soul mate, you should date them for at least a year to determine if the two of you are truly compatible. To find your soul mate, you must use logic rather than emotion. This is where so many people fail.
I know this is easier to say than do. But when you act on your emotion, you may be blind to some obvious problems that your partner may have. Remember, divorce is an expensive and painful process. When you pick your soul mate, you want to make sure there is no chance of you breaking up with your partner, unless you should pass away. It is also important to know the history of the person you're dating. A big part of this history is personal finances. While this may sound shallow, let me elaborate. Statistics show that a large percentage of marriages end because of fighting about money.
You don't want to wait until you're married for your wife or husband to tell you about some credit cards they haven't paid off, or that ,000 student loan they've been working on. These things need to be discussed up front. During the discussion, if you think you're partner is being dishonest, this probably mean they are. To find your soul mate, you must use logic over emotion. Using emotion will almost always lead to disaster.
About the Author: Ron Zvagelsky has a degree in Business Administration from the University of Southern California. He graduated Magna Cum Laude in May 2006. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of PlanJam – an interactive website offering dating advice and helping you plan a date.