Friday, January 20, 2012


Deconstructing INFATUATION.

What is infatuation?

A initial convulsion based on ignorance?

     —Lack of trust, loyalty, commitment, and reciprocity?

What was it about you that made you fall for someone?

     —A biological impulse? Loneliness? Crisis? Boring life? Innocence?

Are the need to know who’s the other, to be ourselves?

Why is it harsh to believe completely in ourselves sometimes, and through the crystallization process[1] we entirely surrender to believe in others, exaggerating the qualities of the beloved object?

When does the dimension of reality enter the game?

What can we learn about it?

I’m glad to introduce you my new novel ‘Deconstructing INFATUATION.’ Enjoy the reading and don’t forget to tell me what you think about it.

[1] It is a process developed by French writer Stendhal, who stated ‘What I call crystallization is the operation of the mind that draws from all that presents itself the discovery that the loved object has some new perfections.’

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