As you've all probably figured out, a lot of my questions are inspired either by my own neurotic thoughts or by the people I interact with in my daily life. For this question, I was inspired by a friendly acquiescence who we'll call... CC. Basically, CC is a chronic dater: she dates a guy, breaks up in a month, is dating a new guy. That's just CC's life, all the power to her. However, CC has claimed recently (whilst in a relationship) that she has been in love with more than 3 men AT A TIME.
Needless to say, I was baffled. But then I asked myself this question: if it's possible for us to love multiple people in our lifetimes, is it so far fetched to assume you can love more than one person at once?
What do you G@Gers think? Do you believe that if you're in love with somebody you're only able to love that person? Or do you believe it's very possible to be in love with multiple people at a time, even if you're in a committed relationship?
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Hmm i would say there is an odd correlation between love and desire but they are not always exclusive. Let's be honest though some people can't tell the difference between peanut butter and almond butter. I would say that it is very hard to have a deep emotional connection type of love with 3 people at once and not feel guilty about it. But so many of my friends have always said that they can't decide, perhaps its always too early for them to do so for a relationship to even work... if that makes sense0