By Whitney Johnson

On Monday night’s episode of The Bachelor, reality TV star Nick Viall says his two-on-one date with Corinne and Taylor is “pretty much a disaster.” For viewers of this season of ABC’s hit reality show, this celebrity news, as reported by UsMagazine.com, shouldn’t come as a surprise: The two ladies fought at the end of last week’s episode as Taylor questioned Corinne’s “emotional intelligence.” On their two-on-one date, Corinne, this season’s villain, tells Viall that Taylor “emotionally attacked” her, and Taylor later reveals that Corinne lied to him. Talk about drama!

Not many of us can relate to a two-on-one date scenario like in this celebrity news. What are some factors to consider when you’re deciding between two potential partners?

Cupid’s Advice:

On this season of The Bachelor, fan favorite Viall has to pick between 30 women — what a challenge! Luckily, for those of us not on reality TV, the choice is often between only two potential partners. But what factors should you consider to determine who is the best fit for you? Check out our dating advice below:

1. Compatibility: Physical attraction will only take you so far. Do you enjoy spending time together? Do you share the same values? Do you want the same things out of your relationship? Determine if you’re truly compatible before moving forward.

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2. Common interests: Sure, opposites attract, but for a long-term partnership, it’s equally important to have similar hobbies and passions. If you enjoy spending a lot of your free time outdoors, it’d be difficult to main a relationship with someone who’d rather be on the couch!

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3. Compromise: A relationship will never last unless you’re both willing to compromise. If you’re always going to his favorite restaurant or seeing whatever movie she wants, it may be a sign that you don’t belong together. You want to be with someone who will take your needs into consideration and meet you halfway.

Cupid wants to know: What’s your best dating advice for deciding between two potential partners?