The holidays are often a hard time for soul mates. If you have lost a soul mate, it may be very tempting to reach out to them during the holidays. When the holidays approach, it is a time for us to think about what means the most to us, and that is often our relationships. If you find yourself alone at the holidays, because your soul mate cannot or will not be with you, it can be a very lonely time. The good news is that during the holidays we often do hear from soul mates who have been estranged from us. The bond that connects soul mates is a hard one to break, and we cannot help but think of special people during the holiday season. We often wonder if we should place a call, send a text, buy a gift or a card or send an email to our soul mates to wish them happy holidays. We wonder if our soul mate is having happy holidays or if they miss our presence in their lives the same way we do them. Is it a good idea to be the bigger person? Could wishing our soul mates “Happy Holidays” bring about a reconciliation or open the doors of communication? Would this be a good idea to break the ice? In some cases, the idea is a good one. In others, it can make the situation worse.
If you attempt to contact your soul mate and they do not respond it can make the holidays even worse. So what should you do? Each situation and all soul mate situations are different, so they answer is not a one-size-fits-all answer. Sarah and Sophia Elise could help advise you what to do about your soul mate this holiday season with a soul mate psychic reading. With the coming of New Years Day so many people look back on the past year and want the next one to be different. People want the year, if it has been a miserable one, to be over with already. They look at the New Year like a clean slate, but if they start out the new year by making mistakes, they could wind up with a worse year than the last one was. That is why it is so important to start your new year off right. Begin with looking at yourself, and what changes you would like for yourself, that involve no one else. Focus on just you for now. By creating positive changes in yourself you can then set off changes in those around you.