Last month's Cosmo found that 70% of their readers believed it important to marry their soulmate, but more that 50% of the respondents thought it would be impossible to find that person. I'm not sure how many of you feel this way, but I'm of the opinion that that's an awful lot of pressure to put on someone you're dating.
Is there really only one person out there for all of us, or are we able to connect deeply and intensely with more than one human being? Fans of [polyamory](http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://dating.about.com/od/glossarywordspq/g/polyamory.htm) think its entirely possible - even while in a relationship and/or in love with someone else - and the experts interviewed in the Cosmo (Buy Direct) article I read also felt the concept of one soulmate didn't exist in reality. If anything, those interviewed for the article felt that people who believe in The One and one and only, were doing themselves a disservice by either staying in a relationship that wasn't a good one for them (because they'd convinced themselves there were no other options), or were so picky that they'd overlook their soulmate because they didn't immediately fit.
How about you? Do you believe you'll find your soulmate? [Have you found your soulmate](http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://dating.about.com/library/soulmates/blsoulmates.htm) already? Do you think soulmates exist? Why or why not?
[Do You Believe You'll Find Your Soulmate?](http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://dating.about.com/b/2009/08/06/soulmate.htm) originally appeared on [About.com Dating](http://clk.about.com/?zi=1/1hc&zu=http://dating.about.com/) on Thursday, August 6th, 2009 at 22:20:00.