True love and romance still exists… who knew!? 

This Instagram page is bringing soulemates and their stories to the forefront by posting photos of real life couples alongside a story of how they met!

According to the page’s creator Brooklyn Sherman, the premise is to bring a wholesome, positive and non-prejudiced look at love and where it all begins.

“I started The Way We Met two weeks ago for many reasons but one of the main ones was to put real, genuine, wholesome love back into the world. I’m so sick of social media being all about which celebrity has the most plastic surgery and who’s cheating on who. So to everyone who is following, just know you are a part of being a change in our world. My stories are about average people finding love. It doesn’t matter what your race is, skin color, sexual preference; there is someone out there for everyone. My mission is to share positive stories to remind everyone what is important. This account isn’t about making single people feel alone and sad, it’s about giving them hope. So please stay tuned for many many more wonderful stories to come. Love is the greatest joy of living, and everyone is worthy! I love you all!”

Look at some of these adorable stories and follow the page for yourself. From Disney magic, Subway meet cutes and general fate… 

In just two weeks they have amassed over 55k followers. 

“We met in high school. I’m a year older than him but we both played on the soccer team. One day his toe fell off. No literally, mid-soccer game he broke his big toe and it was hanging on by a thin piece of skin. He was cringing and screaming. Stuff like that doesn’t bother me so I sat by his side until his family came and took him to the hospital. For the next 4 years we were best friends. Last year, I got into a horrible car accident and became paralyzed from the waist down. I was in the hospital for 7 months and he drove 6 hours every weekend to sit next to me and hold my hand as I slept. That was it. I loved him, and I think he always loved me too. The minute I was out of the hospital he officially asked me to be his girlfriend, wheelchair and all. It’s been a year now, and I know I found my soulmate.”

A photo posted by @thewaywemet on

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