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Can you love two people at once like on TV?

Love triangles have been a reoccurring theme throughout real life and entertainment. And with the success of a show like "Seeking Sister Wife" where a couple happily brings another woman into their marriage, it appears folks may be interested in spreading their love or at least seeing what it looks like for others. But we can't forget the infamous "Sex and the City" love triangle, which ultimately ended with the lead Carrie Bradshaw having to pick a guy. Can you love two people at once?

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"Seeking Sister Wife" is a reality show that follows couples as they willingly add a new partner into their mix. On the latest season, Ashley and Dimitri Snowden get to know a new woman they are willing to introduce into their marriage. According to Psychology Today, loving two people at once is possible: 

Some people would deny that you can truly and fully love more than one person at a time. In their view, love represents a total devotion of one person—heart, soul, and body—to another, which implies that you can never love a second person without taking something away from the first. But this assumes that whatever you give when you love someone is limited or scarce, so that giving some (or more) to Jane or Joe means giving less to Janet or John. This may be true with some resources like time or money, but not as obviously true with respect to affection; after all, parents can have more than one child without loving any of them less, so why can't a person romantically love more than one person?
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Carrie Bradshaw was in love with Aidan Shaw, but began to secretly see her ex-boyfriend John James "Mr. Big" Preston. She tried to make her relationship work, but ultimately realized she couldn't love two men at once and had to choose. According to Elite Daily, you probably aren't in love with two people.

Love is a voluntarily accepted illusion. Sure, when we fall in love, we feel that we’re in love, but feeling – like everything else we experience – all originates from the brain.
To be clear, I’m talking about romantic love and not the love between parent and child or brother and sister. I am talking about sexual, romantic love. What really differentiates the two is the sex. So falling in love is basically accepting that you care deeply for an individual mixed in with the urge to jump his or her bones.
Very often we believe ourselves to be falling in love only to quickly realize that it wasn’t love, but rather infatuation. 
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Can you love two people at once like on TV?
A festive crown for the winner
#LoveIsLimitless
#LoveHasLimits