Here are just a few of the nuggets of wisdom that I absorbed: 1.
If you don’t come from old money, well, good luck with that.
A similar arrangement that is agreed upon by all parties is sometimes called a triad, which is a type of polyamory even though polyamory usually implies sexual relations.He finally gave up on the friendship, by telling her, “If you can’t respect my relationship, we can’t be friends.” He got me a ring. After all this, he’s thinking of being friends again... She does NOT respect the relationship, or either of you as people.She may want him for herself, or just loves to stir up crises. I’m a man, separated for a year after a long marriage.The relationships can be friendships, romantic, or familial.The 1994 book Beliefs, Reasoning, and Decision Making states, "Although the romantic love triangle is formally identical to the friendship triad, as many have noted their actual implications are quite different....
Within the context of monogamy, love triangles are inherently unstable, with unrequited love and jealousy as common themes.