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They tap into each other's sarcastic, careless side, and it leads them to behave badly.
Frank's encouragement even leads Emma to be rude to poor, talkative Miss Bates, mocking her inability to stop prattling.
Even though I was not entirely expecting a self help book to dating, which was naive of me, I have to say that I am thoroughly enjoying this book.
Marianne is absolutely right to make it clear to Willoughby in the beginning that she has a strong preference for him.
But she's wrong to keep showing him how much she likes him when it is clear he's pulling away.
She could have spared herself a lot of extra pain if she'd looked more clearly at the truth of the situation. Don't make snap judgements Elizabeth in Pride & Prejudice makes a snap judgement of Darcy, thinking that he's proud, prejudiced and haughty, and she's not wrong; but she doesn't see all the good qualities concealed by his unpleasant façade.
If you are on the hunt for a dating book, I highly recommend this one. This is my first time reading a book about dating, it was not so much a self help book. As a single young woman, I seem to have the knack for finding and dating the wrong guys.
It was more of a discussion of all the romantic characters in all six of Jane Austen's lovely novels. Some of them are very helpful such as "If you like someone, make it clear that you do." In the chapter it stresses the point that you should not play hard to get and try to appear unavailable. Each chapter has three references from three different novels, then like 6 stories about people in real situations in today's world. I love Jane Austen, and noticed this book and had to get it.
She compliments these with real experiences from people she has met.