In “the guardian”, I find the interesting article about the books, “Love to read? Read to love” in this web city http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2012/jan/09/love-life-advice-novels
The majority of the people when find help to resolutions is improving your romantic life and If find some inspiration in the books, came the self-help shelves. But the Literary classics will give you better relationship advice than any self-help book, says Maura Kelly. Because the insights of the literary greats ring true, generation after generation. Look closely at just about any work of fiction that has proven itself over time, and you'll find plenty of insight into the problems that have plagued daters throughout history, and still bedevil them today.
This form Maura Kelly exhibit for example the novel “Light in August” by William Faulkner in that the poor girl, protagonist , serves as a reminder that none of us should bend over backwards, making excuses for people who aren't treating us right.
Similarly, in “Sense and Sensibility”, of Jane Austen shown who that the simplest explanation is generally the most plausible for more that hurts the heart. If a romantic interest has you guessing too much of the time, or you're always agonizing over when you'll hear from him next, it's best to save your energies, and move on.
And with others examples, in all novel caning us see how with they can us learn about the love and the different persons and behaviors. In the love never as easy as it sounds, of course. But reading can help you better understand who you are, who you want to be with, and is happening to you.