Love Triangle?

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Love Triangle?

DeliciousDrip DeliciousDrip
So my cousin is in a long distance relationship with this guy (which is coincidentally also my cousin) =/ .. BUT he has another girlfriend where he is. Neither of the girls want to let go && he doesn't want one without having the other. I guess u can say he has his cake && he's eating it too. This, is stressing my cousin out. She's failing classes, lost her job, becoming suicidal. It's so much, FOR A GUY! I can't understand it.

Anybody ever been in such a situation?
04/09/2012
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Originally posted by DeliciousDrip
So my cousin is in a long distance relationship with this guy (which is coincidentally also my cousin) =/ .. BUT he has another girlfriend where he is. Neither of the girls want to let go && he doesn't want one without having the other. I ...
Perhaps they could consider polyamory? I have a long distance love and a husband and we are happy as clams...or as happy as we imagine clams to be I suppose...either way it's worth considering if they truly want to be together. It's certainly not something that should make you suicidal!
Good luck to you all.
04/09/2012
Mwar Mwar
Polyamory could be a way. Another could be your male cousin considering what he's doing to her. It's not love if he chooses to have both of them despite knowing what might be best for her.

Good luck.
04/09/2012
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