Why do we love a love triangle trope?


What exactly is a love triangle?

It's when a character — usually the main character — has to choose between two potential love interests, both of whom usually seem equally appealing to them.


Why Do People Like Love Triangles?


 Many readers enjoy this trope because they like to feel special and feel as if they're being a rebel without actually being one. The thrill, the secrecy, the sizzle.

Imagine having two people trying to show you they cherish you more than the other. They are fighting for you — you are a person that warrants their tireless efforts to court you and win you over.

This trope stands the test of time because it creates tension, encourages character development, and invites emotional investment. The love triangle is versatile like any good trope is. It comes in numerous forms, through countless stories, and emotions. The Love Triangle trope can be a sub plot of the central theme. Either way, it is hard to not entangle yourself in the juicy and enticing drama of a character’s love life.

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