The only constants are change, emotional volatility, and the need to adapt to new situations.In such an atmosphere, it’s as if the gauge for what constitutes “normal life” is reset, with a greater need for emotional stimulation.Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.To say, oh I don't deal with drama, is saying I don't have the strengh or drive to better tough situations. I believe we all have to deal with it at some point, and time.In my experience it tends to come from a guy who is static and lacks action. What is being referred to is that we don't want any Baby daddy drama or whatever baggage you are carrying.It also says to me that he won't respect and listen to me if I get upset.I just read it as, a guy can't pony up and work through confrontation. Whenever I come across a profile that says "No drama", or "Drama free", that to me means not wanting to deal with any drama at all. Drama is pretty much inevitable, and we've all been through it, and a lot of us are still going through it.
Yeah, when I get to know someone I NEVER talk about my problems. If they ask me about me I am very vague about the things that are negative in my life, hence trying to keep things light and drama free.
Okay, what are your thoughts on what is the defination of personal drama!
In my world the term "personal drama" would encompass ANYTHING that was going on in my world that I didn't wish to discuss with the person I was using the term with.
If you’re of emotional energy to be completely honest with ourselves or to assess ourselves objectively.
We have a massive host of cognitive biases that color how we see the world and how we see ourselves, and it’s incredibly easy to justify ourselves to paint us in the most positive light.