Cupid's Pulse Article: TLC’s Sister Wives & Hubby Under InvestigationCupid's Pulse Article: TLC’s Sister Wives & Hubby Under Investigation

No matter what your take is on TLC’s reality series Sister Wives, there is no doubt that Utah’s most famous polygamist family has caught America’s full attention.  Unfortunately, according to RadarOnline, Kody Brown and his multiple wives have also caught the attention of the feds.  Though bigamy is a third-degree felony in Utah, it’s rarely investigated.  But due to all of the publicity surrounding the show, a full-out police investigation on the Browns is underway.  In response to potential legal action, the Brown family issued the following statement: “We are disappointed in the announcement of an investigation, but when we decided to do this show, we knew there would be risks.  But for the sake of our family, and most importantly, our kids, we felt it was a risk worth taking.”

What should you do if you love two people at once?

Cupid’s Advice:

Cheating is one thing, but what if you really love two people at the same time?  Cupid has some things to consider:

1. Alternative lifestyles: Whether it’s for religious reasons or other moral considerations, there will always be people out there who have alternative love lives.  As long as those people are happy and not hurting anyone around them, there’s no reason we shouldn’t accept relationships which differ from our own.

2. Making equal time: If for some reason you do end up in a consenting relationship with two or more people, the top priority must be to give equal attention to all the parties involved.  If one person believes they aren’t loved as much as another, it can lead to drama or depression.

3. Multiple commitments: If you don’t believe in polygamy, but are in love with two people at the same time, it’s time to start analyzing each relationship separately.  Focus on factors outside of the love.  With which mate are you most compatible?  Which relationship can truly go the distance?