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  Kamon97  |  23

Too many negative votes, comment buried. Show the comment

  xStaciexLynnx  |  15

You can still love someone and get married without believing in 'soul mates'. I love my boyfriend very much and hope to one day marry him but I don't necessarily believe we were made JUST for each other.

  emilyjgraham  |  34

Okay, I'm going to jump in and say that there's a possibility (slim) that his wife hasn't had a sexual relationship with this soul mate of hers. Like I said, it's a slim one but still. I feel sorry for OP but if his wife has genuinely just met a guy who makes her happier than she currently is then I sort of in a weird way feel sorry for her too. Not so much because she has to go through the pain of divorce because it'll probably be worse for OP but because she probably didn't mean to hurt him or find someone she loved more.... Still this is highly unlikely and as someone said below; this is definitely a cause for a split if she has opened her legs.

  Xatraris  |  29

No, 41. "Soul mate" is someone you believe you were made for, your paths predetermined. Falling in love is just that, love. They never believed they were made for each other specifically, but did fall in love and want to get married.

  amayasoma  |  19

My boufriend doesnt necessarily believe in soul mates. He doesn't believe him and I were made for each other. He does believe that you make make your soulmates. Which is basically love.

  Pleonasm  |  31

Doesn't mean that that reason isn't bullshit, or that the reason is meaningful or helpful or symbolic or anything pertinent. Shit happens. So, OP, sorry and all about what happened. Hopefully you'll find someone better. Maybe not.

  Caitie_kid  |  8

Well aren't you just a helpful ray of sunshine #9? I hope you don't help out on suicide hotlines, everyone would kill themselves after about 5 minutes of talking to you.

By  mangobbler  |  11

Could be cliche, what I am about to say, but it is time to move on, unless your wife realizes her mistake and you are willing to forgive her (and that scenario is a big IF, highly unlikely). Wish you all the best, OP.

By  ItsAUnicorn  |  27

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  ItsAUnicorn  |  27

Oh shit, I didn't read properly so I thought OP meant that his wife's soulmate is a woman, and that she just came out of the closet :/ So if they were happily married it shouldn't mean they are haring each other right away.. Sorry for the misunderstanding!

By  Maxis_fml  |  11

Sometimes things happen that we yet don't understand. That never means your life has ended here. People change all 7 years and you will never step in the same river twice.

By  tyler384  |  6

3 weeks isn't much time for knowing someones your soulmate, heck any relationship is great the first 3 months. She'll be looking back soon realizing she made a big mistake. Sorry OP

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