When something isn't working and you want it to work (no matter what that something is) a scientist would set aside all previous assumptions and start afresh. Every successful scientist knows that this is the way to go. All of the many great discoveries have been made as a result of a willingness to NOT to right. In order to rediscover each other, and to rediscover mutual respect and happiness, you have to first question what might happen if everything you thought was wrong might in fact be right?
I recall reading an article in the UK press about the revenge taken by a "woman scorned". Her response to her husband's affair was very dramatic to say the least; she cut the legs and arms off all of his suits and then set about distributing the contents of his celebrated wine cellar around the village in which they lived - one or two bottles on each and every doorstep, together with their morning milk delivery! Quite inventive. And then I'm sure we all read about the case of a certain man whose furious wife decided that cutting legs off suits simply wasn't enough and took a knife to his manhood instead. I subsequently read that he turned this to his advantage by becoming a porn star; Apparently so many people wanted to see his "wotsit", he not only had it sewn back on again, he had a couple of inches added aswell!
People use the term soul mate in ways which can give it different meanings. For some, a soul mate is a person who they feel incredibly close to, or have a deep affinity with. For others it means a person who they have shared a past life with, in which case one may have several soul mates with whom you have shared different past lives. For many people they simply yearn to meet their one true love in this life, and wonder how they can optimize their chances of attracting this soul mate.
The prospect of dating anew can seem incredibly daunting to even the most outgoing and confident person. And there is the added issue of just how do you meet someone?; Where can you go to meet new faces? It is all well and good when you are at college or university; there, you meet hundreds of people just by being in that environment. The same is true when you start a new job in a big organization. When you are married and have children you get to know other mums and dads through their children; but this doesn't help you if you have been in the same job for a few years, your children have grown up and you've just gotten divorced. All of your friends are couples. Now what do you do? How do you get onto the dating start line, let alone "get past go"?