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What genres do you prefer?

Books are the best helper and hint in the formation of relationships between people. Of course, there are specialized books on psychology, which deal with examples of situations and prescribe ways to solve the problems. But also the fiction that is familiar to us, which has nothing in common with psychology, will also be an excellent help in interpersonal relations. Reading classical literature, you immerse yourself in the life of the characters, imbued with their characters. Experiencing with them all the joys and sorrows. It is on such literary examples that you learn to communicate in real life. Thanks to a full immersion in reading, you get much more information and experiences than when watching a movie. After all, the film gives an opportunity to look at what is happening from outside, as to friends, neighbors, and only in the interpretation that the director offers us. And the book allows you to plunge into the world of heroes, and experience the story as if it were happening to you. And situations, and relationships, and errors and correct conclusions remain in memory, as their own experience. There is a saying that the smart learns from other people's mistakes, but the stupid ones. Books give you examples of other people's mistakes, so that you can draw conclusions and not allow your own.