Tag Archives: toxic people

What do you believe?

What do you believe? This isn’t a question about spirituality. This is a question about your core beliefs about yourself and how you manage and construct your life as you age. What do you believe in order to add new … Continue reading

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Of course I’m the problem!

In an effort to belittle me someone said to me one day, “Your in-laws hate you and you speak to only a handful of your own family members. Haven’t you considered that you’re the common denominator here and that the problem … Continue reading

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I put on their Shoes and found Understanding

There’s an old saying about walking a mile in their shoes before you judge someone. It would be awesome-great if people actually had to do this, but they don’t and most of them don’t have what it takes in their … Continue reading

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ghosting…Boo!

I have written many articles in the past about the benefits of quietly exiting a relationship that has become toxic due to the discovery personality disorders and abusive behaviors. Recently I saw a new term for this exit called ghosting. I … Continue reading

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why do you Expect it to be Different?

I’m never sure if it’s resilience, that blind, forgiving bitch in our lives called hope, or just denial, that gives people permission to stay in a situation that is just not healthy for them to be in. I see it … Continue reading

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A horse’s ass

“If one person calls you a horse’s ass, be curious. If three people … be reflective. After five people … buy a saddle.” ~Anonymous There are folks in this world that seem to think that just because a little time … Continue reading

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how I found the Pattern

When I started creating personal boundaries for myself, I had no idea what I was doing and it made me uncomfortable to think I would ever enforce them. But I stuck with it. Even when it made me grit my … Continue reading

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