Are you being a drama king/queen?
If so, bitch slap yourself! Just kidding. Kind of.
I used to be a major drama queen when someone asked me, “What are you getting out the drama?”
At first I was like, “Yo lady. I’m not getting anything out of the drama. It’s just happening to me. It’s not my fault.” She was like, “You are getting something out of it otherwise you wouldn’t be creating it.”
Doh! She was right and I was petrified to admit it.
What was I getting out of the drama? Actually, lots of things.
The highs and the lows were thrilling.
By focusing on drama filled relationships I shifted focus away from going big myself.
I was always “fixing” everyone else’s stuff to avoid working on my own stuff.
Pleasing other people instead of myself made me think they would like me and that was really important because if they didn’t like me there must be something wrong with me and that was scary.
Trying to make other people happy was easier than doing things to make myself happy.
My life wasn’t all unicorns and sparkles like I wanted it to be perceived as and I was embarrassed so I kept pretending and creating more and more dramatic situations.
I lived in a constant state of drama and I caused it in many of the people I loved lives. I would cause screaming matches with roommates, say really mean things to friends I loved and I would call out of work last minute because I was exhausted from all the drama which caused more drama. All of the drama in my life caused me to be dramatic in all areas of my life and I was choosing to stay in it.
If you are being a drama king/queen you aren’t an asshole, but it’s time to stop acting like one. <<<tweet if you agree
I had to take a hard look at why I was acting the way I was. I had to look at what I was avoiding by bringing drama into my life. It’s dark, scary and ugly, but it was part of me. By shining a light on those parts instead of avoiding them I was able to clear them up and set them free.
If you can relate to my reasons for being a drama queen I challenge you ask yourself,“What are you getting out of the drama?”
You don’t need to create drama to avoid going big in all areas of your life. It doesn’t serve you. It’s time to not only embrace and be in the flow, but to become the flow.
I am here for you and so are my soul tribe sisters Cora Poage, Suzanne Boothby and Richele Henry. If you are creating drama in your life it’s time to take some soul-centered action.
Mark Your Calendar: FREE call this Wed., March 12 at 12 p.m. E.T.
Our focus for March will be Soul-Centered Action
We’ll be asking the question: What does your soul want? (I sense your soul doesn’t want to be bogged down with drama)
You can start now by thinking about your desires and some of the actions that you could take to align with your highest truth. Come to the call with ideas so we can help you move in the direction of your desires.
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