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Sexy Soulmate Series PART FOUR: Enjoying & Keeping a Soulmate

Sexy Soulmate Series PART FOUR: Enjoing & Keeping a Soulmate | Soultiply with Brittany Ritcher

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Welcome to the final installment of Soultiply’s Sexy Soulmate Series!

It’s been quite a ride, eh?

At the beginning of this series, we explored the basic questions associated with a soulmate relationship . Then, in Part Two , I showed you how to love yourself in order to share your magnificent love with others. In Part Three , we brainstormed many different ways to meet the love of your life. And now, it’s time to bask in the joy of a soulmate relationship…and keep the love flowin’ for many years to come.

(New to the series? It’s not too late to catch up!)

Part One: Soulmate Basics

Part Two: Prepping for a Soulmate

Part Three: Finding a Soulmate

Part Four: Enjoying & Keeping a Soulmate (that’s this post!)

You’ve found your soulmate… now it’s time to sit back and relax…

NOT!

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Sorry to burst your bubble, but relationships require blissful work and dedication in order to stay strong and healthy. Truly, the journey has only just begun once you find that special someone.

I’ve compiled the 8 most important things to keep in mind when looking to strengthen the love of a soulmate relationship. Use these tips to keep those early-stage butterflies fluttering for a LONG time!

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How to Succeed As A Highly Emotional Person

How to succeed as a highly emotional person Soultiply Brittany Ritcher

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Four years ago, when my boyfriend and I started dating, I sat him down and told him the blunt, honest truth. I told him, “I cry. A LOT. And I mean a lot. I cry when I’m upset, I cry when I’m happy, I cry when I stub my toe, I cry when I’m stressed. Sometimes, I cry just because I haven’t cried in a while. But I need you to realize, just because I’m crying does not mean that the world is going to end. Do you understand and accept this?” Luckily for me, he did. Crying was part of the contract.

Because I am proud to say that I recognize I am a highly emotional person. And I own it! And if you are having difficulty in day-to-day situations because of your disposition, or you feel guilty for being emotional–breathe a sigh of relief, because IT IS possible to succeed as a highly emotional person. Even if you don’t consider yourself emotional, but you spend lots of time around people who are, there are tips and tricks that you can use to navigate the ups and downs of your relationships.

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