Dating a soulmate or twin flame during a divorce can lead to unforeseen problems down the line. When soulmates and twin flames first meet, they may want to be together in a romantic sense right away. Their meeting may have even been the catalyst that brought about the divorce. There are a lot of challenges that soulmates and twin flames face while dating during a divorce process.
If a soulmate or twin flame reunion is what lead up to the filing for divorce, dating a soulmate or twin flame during their divorce, at least out in the open, may not be a wise idea. No one wants to be kept a secret, but keeping your relationship a secret during a divorce might be the smartest choice. If a soon to be ex discovered the relationship and blames the divorce on that, they can set out to make things as difficult as possible. They make enlist friends, family members (even the couples own children) to go to battle for them.
This can take a toll on the couple. The divorcing soulmate or twin flame can feel they giving up their marriage to be with their soul mate, but realize they may have to give up all their family and friends too. It is a scary thing to face, and the stress that comes with it can cause problems with the couple. Consider the fact that even if the divorce goes through, the couples’ children, family and friends may blame the soulmate or twin flame relationship for ending the relationship. You may think in time they will come around, but that is not always true. So dating during divorce may not be the best idea in the world. Keeping the soulmate or twin flame’s identity and the fact you are dating secret could be the wisest choice.
What happens when both soulmates or twin flames are married to people other than each other? When soulmates or twin flames are divorcing their spouses to be together, the process can get tricky. When they started dating, they want to get divorced at the same time. No one wants to be the one to go first. Actually, many want to see their soulmate or twin flame divorced before they will even start their own process. This leads to a lot of arguments, distrust, and resentment. It also leads to distrust and broken promises. Divorce is a huge undertaking and a life altering change, which many people don’t want to face.
No one wants their soon to be ex- spouse making them feel like the bad guy and your soulmate or twin flame making you feel like the bad guy at the same time. You begin to feel like you can’t please anyone and you begin to withdraw. You also resent the fact that the person you are going through this divorce to be with isn’t being more supportive, and this can do damage to the relationship.
When you meet your soul mate, you want to make them a part of your life as soon as possible. We understand that. To give your soulmate or twin flame relationship the best chance of survival, wait before you begin dating. If you are not single, don’t make the same promises to your soulmate or twin flame a single person does. Have reasonable expectations of the divorce process. Realize that you made a choice to begin dating instead of waiting, and take the responsibility for that choice. Please understand that your soulmate or twin flame will often be pressured to go to counseling. Threats will soon follow, such as financial ruin and estrangement from their children. Family members and friends may also jump ship.
Also check our other article Dating a Soulmate Before Divorce.