Honestly only the passage of time can heal a wound. However there some things an individual can do beginning with accepting the reality that it's over because you were not right for each other.
When it's all said and done life is a personal journey. Each of us gets to choose our own friends, lovers, and spouse. The only person we can control is ourselves. I personally would not want anyone to stay with me who did not want to be with me.
My take is in order for him or her to be "the one" they would have to see you as being "the one". The very definition of "soulmates" is having (mutual feelings) for one another and wanting the same things for their relationship.
Take heart in knowing a planet which inhabits 7 billion people on it surly has some people that will love, appreciate and "get you". What keeps most of us from finding love is our natural tendency to (exclude) rather than (include) people as romantic options. The following are two hubs I wrote awhile back which may be of some help. Best of luck!
http://dashingscorpio.hubpages.com/hub/ … in-General
http://dashingscorpio.hubpages.com/hub/ … venbillion
Well, I have to be sincere: getting someone new definately helps. But I think it helps for 2 reasons: first of all, you are distracted and you are not thinking 24/7 about that person who broke your heart; second reason would be that having someone caring for you is always nice and makes you feel less alone. Of course, if I put it this way, maybe a pet would work as well. I think the key here is to try not to focus on the broken heart.
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