A Soulmate Isn’t Someone Who Completes You

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A soulmate isn’t someone who completes you.
No, a soulmate is someone who inspires you
to complete yourself.

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A soulmate is someone who does not judge you
for your flaws. A soulmate is someone who sees
your jagged edges,
who sees the parts of you that have been weathered
by love and by life, who sees the wars that you fight,
and who chooses to stand beside you.
A soulmate is someone who watches as you confront
your scars from the inside; always encouraging you
to heal on your own time, in your own way;
always encouraging you to keep going.

— bianca sparacino


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