Well, the thing about deconstruction, and analysis, is that there are a good many things that fly in fiction that can turn very bad in real life. That tends to lend itself to darker stories.
Though I suppose that a good way to deconstruct something is to have a character or characters realize that something is stupid, detail why it's stupid, and then actively pursue a different, happier course. It would probably be some kind of "epiphany therapy", unless you also want to subvert the There are no therapists trope. In fact, subverting that could lead to deconstructing a whole lot of other things as the character/s try to break some self destructive life habits, or just to do something different with themselves. Like, say, some of the unhealthier characters harem shows seem to feature.
edited 8th Mar '11 5:16:26 PM by AceofSpades