Got a Question About Love?

Do soul mates really exist? How do you know if you've met yours? Get answers to your questions about love.

Posted in , Jan 5, 2017

True love and soul mates

Love is one of those things that constantly baffles me, right up there with the questionable nature of chocolate (why does something that tastes so good have to have so many calories?!).

I suppose my wonder about love started at a young age when I first encountered a pair of real-life soul mates. My parents. They met in the first grade in Turkey, ended up separated by thousands of miles and reunited after a chance encounter. My dad says he knew my mom was “the one” even back in the first grade.

I always assumed I’d meet my future husband in similar fairy-tale fashion. Unfortunately, that hasn’t happened…at least not yet. And so I continue to wonder about love.

That’s one reason I was so thrilled to find out my colleague Dan Hoffman will be interviewing Dr. Paulette Sherman, a clinical psychologist and true love expert, for a special video Q&A on 

Dr. Sherman will be answering questions from readers when she stops by the office. And, since I’m an avid Mysterious Ways reader, I guess that includes me!


Here are some head-scratchers I’d love to get some answers to:

  • Do soul mates really exist?
  • Can you have more than one soul mate? If so, what happens in Heaven? (That’s just one of the many questions I had after seeing the movie Titanic for the first time in the 9th grade!)
  • Will your soul mate always find you, no matter what?
  • Can we do anything on our part to increase our chances of finding a soul mate? Or is that strictly “God territory”?
  • How do you know if you’ve met your soul mate?
  • Why do some people get soul mates and others don’t?

What about you? What questions would you add to the list?

Ask away in the comments below or on Facebook for a chance to have your love questions answered by Dr. Sherman this month. 

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