How do you find it easier to understand new things?

LesbianLovers LesbianLovers
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Do you find it easier to understand new things when reading them. (Like this book) Or, by trial an error?
07/18/2012
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SecretToyMan SecretToyMan
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Originally posted by LesbianLovers
Do you find it easier to understand new things when reading them. (Like this book) Or, by trial an error?
I suppose reading them is best for me, because I don't always want to feel these new things. If that makes any sense,
07/18/2012
ScarletFox ScarletFox
I am a little bit of both, I will read first and then just test it out in various ways on my own. Sometimes the latter helps me find ways that aren't even mentioned in the things that I have been given to read.
07/18/2012
Geogeo Geogeo
I have yet to read any instructional books so trial and error, it's more fun anyway.
07/18/2012
Lioncub Lioncub
Trial and error for me
07/18/2012
Gdom Gdom
I've learned a lot by trial and error, but I'll occasionally watch a video or two (the Two Knotty Boys have a few free instructional videos online that have given me some great ideas for new ties). If I'm not going to be trying it out myself, I'd rather see the process in motion than rely on text and still images.
07/18/2012
Roz W Roz W
So the question is about styles of learning. (This thread topic...is a little garbled.)
07/18/2012
Kissy Kissy
Trail and error usually
07/19/2012
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