The Truth About Love Triangles

Love triangles … they’re everyone’s dark fantasy. It feels amazing to be loved, but twice as flattering when it’s from more than one person. This is all fine and dandy of course if you’re the one being pursued. But, if you’re in a rivalry with another over a love interest, it can be a confusing and heart-wrenching affair.

Psychic Liam ext. 9290 shared a few insights on what to do if you find yourself battling for love.

“I receive numerous calls from individuals in need of assistance in the realm of defeating a rival in love. It’s an area of specialization I enjoy a good bit. It compels one to live at the deepest level of primal passion — utilizing what cunning and seductive skills they might to attain the goal.”

“Somehow, in our culture, we’ve sanitized love and sex to such an extent that we’ve forgotten the beauty and peril of rivalry. The first step is to accept that rivalry is normal — even natural. It exists in all aspects of the animal kingdom, and we are no different.

After acceptance, one has to solidify their goal and not waver from the course. Guilt and regret must be sacrifice, and any notion of playing fair has to go out the window. This is a game about power and force — no room for idealism here.”

What do you think? Have you been in such a situation? How do you handle it?

4 thoughts on “The Truth About Love Triangles

  1. lynx34lynx34

    Dearest Liam,

    First of all, I really appreciate your insights. You are certainly blessed with an ability to hear and see through and into life’s dramas, such as they are. This article along with Jennifer’s question about True Love are at the core of my life’s current drama.

    I am tenderly, deeply, earnestly, passionately, desperately in love with Bob, whom is married… then we married, in a ritual native to our shared heritage, but without him divorcing his other wife.. We are not morman’s, just crazy enough to love without limits… well, most of the time… It gets difficult to share him all the time. We now have a schedule… the other wife is hung up on fair.. But Bob and I love differently than they love one another. Fair??? Fair doesn’t exist as far as I’m concerned. But alas, Bob is loved passionately by two women and thus in the middle. Fair. I don’t play fair, yet, I demand grace and peace. strange.

    The benefit of the 3, as we like to call it, is the unrelenting accountability.
    The difficult part is not having the 2. the experience of martial bliss to it’s fullest. I have to let him go on a regular basis. Similar, eerily similar to co-parenting plans(which makes me think about the mass change of family dynamics full scale)

    We are now sharing our weekends in the 3 and it is fun. But then the night comes and who does he go to bed with???? who does he kiss??? it can get weird like that… but there is an acceptance that we share Bob.

    Currently, I am distancing myself mentally, creating some illusion of safety because it is painful for me to be without Bob. You see, I do love him so completely and deeply…….. I feel that patience is the key for me and that I am in need of pacing myself. (I like to dive in and lose my self in love). There is much to be learned from this and we are all courageous enough(or crazy enough) to explore the responsibility for drawing each other into our lives, our hearts. We want to grow. We want to love and be loved. Confusing and painful wrapped up in bliss and ecstasy fringed with laughter, joy, tears, blood and sweat. I guess it’s worth it????

    I do not know what is around the next corner. But I’m still here, and I still love Bob.

  2. Marylou Collins

    Good evening, Liam:

    I just came across your thought provoking article and it resonated with me.

    At the present time, I am engaged in conversations..via the internet and telephone with a man from New York. After meeting on a dating website, he admitted after several days that he was involved in a serious relationship..a live in girlfriend…and he couldn’t keep lying to me..but that he wanted to continue as my friend. By this time, I was seriously attracted to this man..and if it had been a marriage, I most likely would have backed off. However, I feel that anyone who is “cheating” on a girlfriend..well…there must be a lack of something..else, why would they be looking?

    When I presented this opinion to him, he responded by saying that although he was generally happy, he was in need of other voices in his life. He also explained that he was looking for chat buddies, someone to share a few jokes with…and that what had happened between us had blindsided him completely.

    This has been going on since Thanksgiving. I feel that the attraction is growing, not lessening..even though we have yet to meet..

    I just have a very strong feeling that I am good for this man…much better than his girlfriend is…We relate on so many different levels..I know that a meeting will is inevitable…

    I told him initially..I was not designed to be the understudy..or the second string quarterback..and that I would do everything in my power to make him mine. Periodically, guilt haunts him. I tell him, that is his conflict to deal with: that I am not going away. And continues..

    So, yes…I agree with your comments entirely. Is this “fair” to his girlfriend? Probably not. But…anyone who cannot retain the undivided attention of such a man does not deserve to have him.

    I do not know what the outcome will be. I only know I need to play this game through to the they say, its not over till the fat lady sings..

    Thanks so much for letting me share…and for validating the position I have taken on this..


  3. Liam at ext. 9290

    Greetings and well met, Priestess of the Old Ways. I certainly hope that all is well with you these days. Getting to know you has been an utter delight for me. I thank you for all of your kind words and insights. I also enjoy reading your posts and commentaries as well, as you’ve such good knowledge and empowering foresight. Be well, Lady Gina.

  4. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Hail and Well Met Liam,
    Very interesting article…..makes one view things from a different angle…..kind of like the different facets on a diamond.
    AND , LOL, you really have a knack for cutting thru straight to the heart of an issue …like a diamond cuts thru glass I might add.
    I like that.
    I always enjoy reading your articles.
    Be well and happy my friend.
    Blessed Be )O(
    Gina Rose ext.9500


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