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“Jane Austen Addicts” may feel relief on finding a gro of people who can talk for weeks about fictional Mr. Darcy’s fictional coat, but miss opportunities to cultivate satisfying non-fictional relationships in the meantime.
When people become obsessed with fiction, they can lose their view of the beauties of reality.
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Other obsessions with fiction may not sabotage relationships, but waste time on gaining trivial knowledge.
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Readers may fill their minds with 2,500 little-known facts about a fictional galaxy, but know very little about the non-fictional world in which they reside.
They may miss learning valuable information about the sciences and arts in exchange for information about the science that rules the imaginary Empire.
Instead of wasting time obsessing over unrealistic expectations and imaginary sciences, take time to cultivate real relationships and garner real knowledge. Take a walk. Have dinner with friends. Audit a class.
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