Well, let's see, one way to fix things would be to not have your characters' personalities change at the drop of a hat. Don't have a character act a certain way for hundreds of pages, sweep it all under the rug, have them contradict their previous behaviour with no actual buildup or proper character development (and in some cases even actively devolving), and go "No, you just don't understand this character!" Consistency in general is not a polite suggestion, in fact, and the amount of inconsistencies, retcons and moments where the writers just forgot their own lore are too numerous in this comic to even list. And on top of this, have characters RETAIN what they learn. Don't have Miles have a big epiphany about what a dick he is, only to proudly announce that he'll never change and it's the world that should change for him. Don't have Mora constantly take a step back as a character every time she takes one forward to the point where she needs the farm's bankruptcy explained slowly to her and doesn't seem to give a shit about it until the last minute but we're still supposed to think she has great business sense. Don't have Sarah's maturity increase only to end up making her more and more childish afterwards until finally she doesn't recognize kissing when she sees it and says things like "boys are gross".
Another would be to actually learn how women and relationships work instead of taking everything you know from anime and porn, so your romances aren't written like a 14-year-old would write them. Don't constantly send the unhealthy message that if you're in a relationship, you need to start having sex ASAP because if you don't, you won't feel truly fulfilled or it somehow makes your love less genuine. Maybe avoid having a character win someone over after doing nothing to earn it, a character having their personality changed and/or their standards suddenly lowered to better fit the relationship they've been put into, characters suddenly being together because why not, characters rushing a relationship along and acting like they've been together far longer than they have been, etc. Also maybe take less advice from horny fans who'll literally start demanding two characters end up fucking because it turns out they use the same brand of shampoo. In fact, that leads into the general tip of "Don't write your story as you go, especially if that involves taking faPost too long. Click here to view the full text.