After taking your course, I hope you can just sit back and enjoy a good romance book again.
I remember back in college, after having taken a logics course, psyc course and a humanities course of Love and marriage; I read everything differently. I remember reading SWEET SAVAGE LOVE by Rosemary Rogers after that and disecting every thought process, every action. After reading the series, and some of Judith Krantz (I think she wrote scruples), which turned me off romance for awhile. I just could not read the novels on the surface. Even now 25+ years later, I still focus on the emotional aspects of the characters, why they do what they do etc.
Nothing is black and white for me.
As for logic, I try not to argue to much, LOL.
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