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If you've ever Googled an ex's name, read a romantic rival's blog, or counted carpal tunnel syndrome as one the downsides of your relationship, then you have been a victim of modern love. Read this book, and recognize that you are not alone. Modern Love is a fitting monument to relationships in the new millennium. Fifty succinct tales, quick reads that require minimal commitment but with the potential to provide maximum satisfaction, this collection contains essays culled from the pages of the New York Times column by the same name. Following the course of a relationship from first glance to last kiss and everything in between, Modern Love seeks to capture the ancient mysteries of the heart, but with a contemporary twist. Online dating. Text message break-ups. Polyamorous trapeze acts. Raising a family in the digital age. The contributors of Modern Love don't hold anything back, as if the only thing that could redeem and honor their romantic follies is a thorough examination. Every story is not a winner and some tales are simply hit or miss, but all of them are short enough that rushing through a dud is painless enough. If only the same could be said for bad boyfriends — but then again, the worst breakups often make the best stories, and love in this modern age is no exception.