Sometimes it requires a great deal of strength to get through difficult times in your life. Whether you have just found out you have cancer or someone you love has been hurt, you have to learn to draw strength from within in order to get through it. Sometimes you have to lean on friends and family while other times you have to try to go at it alone. Regardless of which route you take, it is important to remember the important people in your life and what makes them so special.
If you are going through a rough time it is important that you lean on someone that you care about to help you through it. Whether it is a friend or a soulmate, it can make a big difference in how you handle the situation. It doesn’t always have to be a bad situation it can also be a positive one. Maybe you got a good job or had a child and need additional support from friends and family to make things less stressful on you.
Friends and Soulmates
There are sine signs that you may want to watch out for if you have a friend that you are developing feelings for and may be a soulmate.
You can go weeks and even months without seeing them face to face or catching each other on the phone (especially if you have an annoying time difference), but the moment you are together again it feels as if no time at all has passed. And catching up with them is way more fun than simply chit chatting about work, life, relationships with pretty much anyone else. They know you so well that even if you try to keep something from them, they guess it anyway. And then you end up spilling your guts to them without even realizing that there was something you were that upset about in the first place.
You do goofy things together in public without giving it a fleeting thought… and even goofier things when no one else is around. Plus, you’ve developed a bit of your own language together so sentences are cut down to fractions of their original meanings and you always totally get it. They are part of your family, and you are part of theirs. People have been mistaking the two of your as sisters for years, and your parents find it odd when they aren’t with you on the holidays. It gives you anxiety to think about living far away from her when you’re older for fear that she won’t be your neighbor and your kids won’t be BFFs, so you resign yourself to the fact that wherever she goes, you’ll probably end up too.