A new study conducted at an opera festival in Europe found one in seven people is in a relationship with someone who is not "the love of their life."
The researchers surveyed nearly 2,000 people, and found 73% percent of people say they're just "making do" with their relationship because their "true love" got away.
A quarter of people said they are in love with more than one person, and 17% said they met the love of their life, but only after getting together with the person they are in a relationship with.
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