Is it normal to learn from novels from a teacher?
Alain de Botton wrote the book "On Love" and it taught me that a woman doesn't want a man to be too nice, but either likes a helpful man who's macho and acts like a stud, or one who mistreats her, but not a too perfect man with silence of words and loving her every move, she wants you to do things. If you have one in 5,840.62 chance of meeting up with that women, then chances are you will, months later, see her again, in a blind date where no sex happens, except perhaps a kiss, a flirt and a touch. I found out that you should take the woman to the art gallery to find out the symbolism between the mythological paintings, like that of Cupid's arrows being taken away from him by his mother, which perhaps symbolises that his submission was taken away from him, or that bees will sting Cupid who tried to steal the honey, I think that means if you steal a wife from a man you will get hurt. You need to look for clues, find out what the woman likes, it's not as simple as asking her a series of questions, you need to find out if she's lying. You can't be genuine in a relationship, when previously I thought the whole thing would merge sex with love, I don't think love has anything to do with it, I think it's about being a hunk, muscular, well-built, and strong, that will win a woman's heart (heart for sex), and not the other way around, it's complicated, but these are hints in seducing women. Is that normal?