Fundamentally, they are unstable, like three legs on a table.
Something always goes wrong, or at least it should, because triangles usually end up hurting people more than anything else.
– Receptive – If someone just LISTENS to us – instead of just waiting for their chance to talk – we will find them attractive. They have a bottomless need to pump up their ego or their self-esteem, and getting that “fix” from sleeping with others is how they do it.
Of course, they do this from the safety of a relationship that keeps them stable.
There are no strings attached to it, either, so it’s just fantastic sex with seemingly no consequences. Men would love to have a lover who asks almost nothing of them. This especially applies to married women who date single guys. He’s not going to fall in love with you and marry you.
The intimacy they share, the illusion he creates, is tremendously mesmerizing.A lot of misery is avoided with a respectful ending and opportunity to start again with someone else after a period of sincere efforts to fix a love relationship.The point is, a triangle happens when two married (or simply committed people) don’t fix their marriage.I know the story books tell us that it’s better to stay together.But I think there are plenty of people who never should have gotten together to begin with.