Cupid's Pulse Article: Rachel Bilson and Scott Porter Dish on Love Triangle on ‘Heart of Dixie’Cupid's Pulse Article: Rachel Bilson and Scott Porter Dish on Love Triangle on ‘Heart of Dixie’

By Jennifer Ross

In the season finale of Hart of Dixie, Dr. Zoe Hart (Rachel Bilson) and Wade Kinsella (Wilson Bethel) finally have their love affair. However, the show didn’t end like that. Soon after, George Tucker (Scott Porter) decides to call off his wedding to Lemon Breeland (Jaime King) and confesses his love to Dr. Hart. What’s a girl to do? Bilson, 30, tells that although she does not know who her character will end up with, she thinks the love triangle will continue for awhile. As if that was not enough to keep you waiting for next season, poor Lemon will battle with maintaining her perfect image before society. How will she handle the humiliation? Will she fight to get her man back? Will she go back to her former lover, Lavon Hayes (Cress Williams)?

What do you do if you’re caught in a love triangle?

Cupid’s Advice:

Whether you are torn between two lovers or happen to be one of the two hanging on, being in a love triangle is exactly like being stuck between a rock and a hard place. There really is nowhere to turn and no matter if you believe they love you, you are ultimately alone. When you are ready to move forward to a better relationship, here are a few tips to get you going:

1. Be honest: One of the main reasons you got yourself into this mess is because you were not honest with yourself in the beginning. Do it now! What pain or void are you trying to fill? Aside from the actual person, what do you truly want in a partner? Never mind the guy, what kind of love do you want for yourself? Make a list and read it daily.

2. Listen to logic: No matter how much you feel you need to stay, chances are you know or have heard all the reasons for getting out. You must take time (a week, a month, etc) to slow down your emotions and think about your love triangle in its entirety. Remember, holding on tighter to your lover(s) will not make the spinning stop; it only makes you dizzier.

3. Let go: Do this; imagine your younger sibling or best friend came to you with this exact same problem. Would you tell them to stay or would you tell them they deserve better? One thing you forget to realize is that the only reason you are in a love triangle to begin with is because you continue to stay in your corner. The sooner you get out, the sooner your pain will heal.

How did you come out of a love triangle? Tell us below.