Sue Johnson, a clinical psychologist and author of , said that a soulmate also knows how to respond to your emotional signals.
"They stay close when you confide, give you their full attention and move in to answer to your needs, touching your hand when you are a little unsure, beaming and hugging you when you are glad, and tenderly comforting you when you are in pain," she added.
For you and your partner to continue to grow together, it’s imperative that you continue to be as honest with each other as possible.
"You might find a soulmate relationship to be rocky, and that your partner is someone who pushes your buttons and aggravates you at first because they bring with them some of the more difficult lessons for the soul," Brockway said."I have married so many couples who met in high school or in their twenties, maybe dated, broke up, moved on, or hung out around the same circle of friends and never connected," Brockway told The Huffington Post."Then one day, they run into each other again, sometimes in magical ways, and love blooms." Keep an open mind and an open heart so that when your soulmate comes knocking, you're ready to answer the door.It’s also important that you’re not scared to have a real discussion about a future together.True soul mates are vulnerable around one another, so if you’re looking to make this relationship last forever, the openness has to start today.