Is it possible to love more than one person at once?

CapeTalk/702 listeners shared interesting views on whether it is possible to love more than one person at the same time.

Is it really possible that you can truly and fully love more than one person at a time, a total devotion of heart, soul, and body, asks Eusebius?

I think it is possible depending on the circumstances. I have been doing it for the past 5 years. I have my wife and my permanent girlfriend... and she knows the rules not to disrespect my wife. She is known to my family, I built a house for her and we have a son together.

John, Caller

It is very possible. In my case I realised that the mathematical formula of 1+1=2 is not true. They both brought things that when combined it equals one. The one person was offering what the other is not offering... It is difficult and possible.

Sihle, Caller

It is not possible that you can love two people the same way. It is unnatural, it is immoral and it is very wrong

Paul, Caller

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