MANSFIELD, U.K (PRWEB) February 03, 2012
Passion is in the eye of the beholder. Or, rather, the apex of romantic love that excludes any other consideration except the loved one is a highly subjective matter. This, in Alex Cooper’s I Hate His/Her Ex, is the crucible in which the highly interesting subject turns, the heart of the matter – the various degrees of emotional extremes that, when it boils over, is Cooper’s to write of with verve and witty gusto.
Few and far between are the subjects of modern essays that will capture readers’ attentions as surely as that of romantic love. Ms. Cooper traverses (and has traversed) the distance that many modern relationships go through. She knows the uncertainties that come with a new love. This sparks an almost personal, yet sympathetic, debate, an unflagging polemic that keeps everything on the up and up. The book will ignite an answering flame in those who have loved and lost and have went on to love again.
What readers take out of the bathos inherent in Cooper’s material is something akin to catharsis. She helps those who are in doubt about their current relationships to let out the jealousy, anger, and hatred for exes. Detailing the many details of the personal struggle with which people try to balance new relationships with old ones, she challenges her public to an expurgation, a stringent psychological regime which cleanses mind and heart so that it can love freely, without regressing into neuroses. The best of romances build upon the past, and the romantic plane goes higher the more partners agree (by means of communicating honestly, building the relationship on trust, and such) to take the past and make it fuel the flame into an always passionate future. Being able to accept the past (including one’s partner’s), being free of its encumbrances, will make the present a joy to live in with the loved one.
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I Hate His/Her Ex * by Alex Cooper
Publication Date: December 15, 2011
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