The movies we watch, TV shows we binge and books we read usually follow the same line of thought when it comes to love: It’s a one-to-one match. Sure, sometimes there are dramatic triangles, but these are usually resolved with a choice of one suitor. But in real life, real people sometimes do find themselves in triangles without the Anna Karenina drama. This is known as a triad relationship. Don’t worry, we’ll explain, with the help of marriage and family therapist Rachel D. Miller, of the Focht Family Practice in Chicago.