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Relationship guru’s top advice on love triangles after Love Island contestants’ heads are turned

A relationship guru has shared her expert advice on what to do if you find yourself in a love triangle. 

Kate Mansfield, a UK-based dating and relationship coach, told FEMAIL that most of the time, the love triangle scenario says a lot about a person’s self-worth. 

Describing the situation as a ‘world of pain’ for almost everyone involved, Kate said it’s best to nip a love triangle in the bud before it causes too much damage.

She explained it rarely has a happy ending – and the best thing to do is get out before someone gets hurt.

Relationship expert Kate Mansfield describes love triangles as ‘a world of pain’ for people involved and has shared her top tips on getting out of them for good (stock image)

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