Tag Archives: Interpersonal relationship

King Midas, the sociopath (I know one! *shudders*)

I have a few friends that are my experts when it comes to describing the traits of narcissists and sociopaths. In fact, much of what I share with you here, I learned from reading and communicating with them. I do not … Continue reading

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New here in 2015!! Stay tuned!

I have decided to do something a little different with my writing this year. In addition to posting on an irregular basis, Hahahahahaha!!!, I will be posting an article each week talking about something everyone might do to improve their … Continue reading

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a better class of friends

Growing up I had many, many best friends over the years. I’m sure we all did. They say that kids can be some of the most incredibly cruel people on the planet and I’m going to have to say that … Continue reading

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A Personal Boundary Primer and Category for you

For the last few years I have done some major soul searching and made positive and constructive steps in my own life. I have written so many different articles about my endeavour to make and keep Personal Boundaries of my … Continue reading

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letting go…with Love

by Madeline Laughs   Throughout our lifetimes we will make hundreds of thousands of human connections. These relationships could be friends, lovers, family, even neighbors. Not all of them will work out for any number of reasons. Some of them … Continue reading

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the Middle isn’t always an Oreo cookie experience

I have written about being put in the middle of two friends fighting on many occasions. It is probably the worst place a person can find themselves. One friend is hellbent on executing a smear campaign against someone and the … Continue reading

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incurable, but easy to escape

When I first discovered the traits and personality disorders I was being exposed to and abused by, I freaked out. How in the world had I landed in such a sticky hornet’s nest? How was a sane person supposed to … Continue reading

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2 things

There are 2 things you should never feel afraid to say to a friend. 1. No, it is not okay for you to speak to me that way. When  a friend speaks to you with complete disrespect, it usually has … Continue reading

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When did we stop talking to each other?

by Madeline Laughs A while back I was having a tearful conversation with a friend that had just broken up with her boyfriend. She was hurt and angry and could not understand why she couldn’t work it out with him. … Continue reading

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when your Crush gets Married

by Madeline Laughs We’ve all been there. An innocent little crush turns sour when the object of your affection announces they have found the love of their life, and it’s not you. Even worse, they’re getting married! What are you … Continue reading

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