Do Studies Show that You Meet Your Soulmate Before the Age of 21?

Looking Into Your Own Relationships

Do Studies Show that You Meet Your Soulmate Before the Age of 21?
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Do studies show that you meet your soulmate before the age of 21? There is always talk of love in the world. It is one thing that a lot of people strive to achieve one day. Meeting the right person is the very tricky part. The society we all live in today, centered on lust, makes it much harder to find someone who doesn’t want to just to use you for all the wrong reasons. But is it a possibility that you walked right past, or even maybe know who your true love is before the age of 21?

There are a lot of opinions on this topic. Some people believe that it doesn’t work that way and fate may have you find your soulmate when you're 50. Others do believe that this topic may be true. All of our lives our bodies are constantly changing. Puberty is one of the biggest changes that we will have to go through at a certain time. Puberty starts to make the person: change, mature, and become an adult over time. This is when hormones start to race throughout the body and is usually the same time when kids start to question their sexuality.

It is human nature to experience relationships with others around the time people go through puberty. Not talking about marriage of course, but it is when you find yourself starting to figure out if you want a boyfriend or a girlfriend. Now there are always special cases and you may not find yourself interested in anyone else until later in life. Think of the relationships you have had with your childhood friends or the people you knew in high school. A lot of those people you may have dated or grew strong relationships with that could later in life lead to possibly becoming your soul mate.

21 is usually the age when everyone is already in the process of trying to find themselves in terms of career: going to college, finding a job, and moving out. The early twenties is usually the age that people settle down. That doesn’t leave much room for new people to be coming into your life. This is besides people that you have long term relationships with since childhood. The only exception is college. A lot of the time someone’s college boyfriend or girlfriends or significant other end up becoming their long term partner for the rest of their lives. Often times people are not comfortable with finding a partner until they find themselves. This way people have no self-confidence issues and the relationships they have as far as: friends, marriage, children, and family will be stronger because of that. But college is still in the category of before 21. So usually finding someone who hasn’t been in your high school or college years can be rare. Couples who have known each other throughout their childhood tend to have stronger relationships. It is often then that people find their soulmates and will last forever.

In the end it all depends on people's opinions. Think if you have a certain someone in your life that you are dating. Have you known them for a long time, or before the age of 21? Are they your true love? Or just someone that you were close to so you developed feelings at a certain point in time? It's different for everyone but there is always still evidence to prove whether you meet your soulmate before the age of 21 or not. Maybe your soulmate is someone that was in your science class that you never even talked to.

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Michele Colucci
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