Alright, here goes:
A couple comma issues: in the second paragraph, "like I Just Want to Be Loved
" is parenthetical phrase (a phrase that can be taken out of the sentence without making it incomplete), just like "in and of itself" in the first, and thus needs commas. Also, it goes comma, then space, not space, then comma. You don't need a comma between the subject and the verb: "this Wish Fulfillment
is common", not "this Wish Fulfillment
, is common", or "The person enjoying the fantasy often" without a comma between fantasy and often. Same thing between a link and the link text. It seems you're sticking in a comma whenever there's a lot of words at once, but you can write rather long sentences without needing commas at all.
The number one issue I'm seeing is run-on sentences. Keep an eye on when a sentence ends; don't try to squish too much into one sentence.
"This wish is expressed by Shy" - you want "shy people".
"None" stands by itself, without anything to modify. You want "No people" instead of "None people".
"Is not limited to" - "Is" is the verb, you don't need to add another verb, so don't put "be" after it.
Relationships can be counted, so you want "few" and "many" not "little" and "much" - that's for things that can't be counted, like the amount of mashed potatoes on your plate.
"One thing is for sure:" pretty much always has a colon after it.
Trope-wise, however, "Real people desire friends" isn't really tropeable. I'd remove type A altogether. I copyedited it, though, so you can see where the mistakes were.
Also, I don't see the connection to Beautiful All Along
... Similarly, I've completely re-written the following sentence, as the way you had phrased it boxed you into a corner: "In some instances they will end up suddenly popular and acting like The Libby
, albeit temporally
, thanks to The Power of Friendship
." I tried not to change the meaning too much.
I didn't touch the examples.
BTW, I'm a chick.