Are you referring to being "in love" with two people?
Generally speaking if one is "in love" with someone the last thing on their mind is dating or spending their free time with other relationship prospects. Instead they'd be rejoicing for having found "the one"!
Therefore I would say the (second person) came into your life because you weren't "in love" with the (first person) to begin with! It doesn't mean that you did not care for or (love) them.
It just means you didn't think of him/her as being "the one"!
As long as you feel you have not met "the one" your heart will continue to be receptive to other possibilities. One man's opinion!
No but I like yr answer. here is from info page;
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