We are conditioned to think that love heals wounds, makes us
happy, and gives our lives meaning. When the opposite occurs and
love causes fracturing, disenchantment, and existential turmoil,
we suffer deeply, especially if we feel that love has failed us
or that we have failed to experience what others seem so
effortlessly to enjoy.
In this eloquently argued, psychologically informed book, Mari
Ruti portrays love as a much more... more...