By Melissa Lee

In Bachelorette news, Rachel has been picking between her last three suitors, Peter, Eric and Bryan. UsMagazine.com reported that the men met her family, each having a completely different experience. Peter, who openly expressed his objection with proposing to Rachel at the end of the series, found respect from her family, but the episode took a turn when the two were on their date. They found that they couldn’t agree on common ground in terms of commitment, causing Rachel to shed some tears. However, when Eric met Rachel’s family, he asked her mother for her blessing to propose — and she reluctantly said yes. Eric ended up sweet-talking Rachel on their date, claiming that she was everything he wanted in a wife, and she invited him to the Fantasy Suite that night. And as for Bryan… while Rachel’s friends approved, her family did not, and Rachel’s mom showed her distaste by assuming his words are insincere.

In this celebrity news, it’s down to Rachel’s final three suitors! What are some ways to decide between two of your crushes?

Cupid’s Advice: 

When you feel yourself falling for more than one person, it can be a little tough making a decision. If this situation sounds familiar to you, check out some of this advice from Cupid:

1. Do some self-reflecting: Before taking action, take some time to reflect and think about your situation. Do you already know which one you like more? Have you been leading both people on? Analyze the circumstances before you make a choice, and try to come up with a civil solution that would be most beneficial for all people included.

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2. Confide in someone you trust: If that doesn’t work, go to someone you trust, whether it be a parent, best friend, or relative. Explain the situation to them and listen to their opinion. They might be able to point out something you were previously unaware of, and potentially even help you come to a conclusion.

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3. Be honest with them: At the end of the day, it’s important to realize that this situation is most likely affecting them as well as you. If you find yourself unable to make a decision — or possibly in the wrong mindset to even be in a relationship with either one — it might be best to just be honest with them.

What are some of your tips for picking between your two crushes? Share your thoughts below.