Story from Sex. I found this poem by Nayyirah Waheed and it got me thinking about soulmates. Really thinking about soulmates, making my brain hurt with heated conversations and arguments on the topic, scrutinizing poems and replaying rap lyrics in my head. Originally I thought the word soulmate was cringey — cheesy semantics from a bygone era of dream catchers and Buddha beads — but when I started speaking to friends, I realized the term still rings true for a lot of people. The idea of an overarching and powerful bond with one person is rare and treasured; it's reassuring for our souls. Do we all get a soulmate? And are we then tied forever? Writing in Psychology Today, clinical psychologist and psychoanalyst Mary C. Lamia Ph.
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