I interview Ewa Mazierska, the author of Love Cycles, over at Terror House Press:
Unhappy relationships are more interesting and easier to describe than happy ones. In happiness we are similar; in misery we are different. Secondly, it somehow happened that friends told me these stories, even if not exactly how I retold them. I came myself from a family where love didn’t last, either due to death (both my grandmothers lost their husbands during the Second World War), differences in character and so on. Most of my friends are divorced or single and the more fit this pattern the older I get. Hence I’m accustomed the idea that finding happiness in love is very difficult. Yet because of biology and culture, most people seek it often till the end of their lives.
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