November 29, 2021

Bernieh

Art and Entertainment

Dramatic Lifestyle

Consequences of a Dramatic Lifestyle

Are you living life to your greatest potential? If so, you are living a life that was created to be enjoyed. Otherwise, you should evaluate everything about your life, including who you are, your relationships, your environment, what you did to reach your greatest potential, and the things you might be doing that are preventing you from living that kind of life. You want.

Evaluation is necessary to prepare and position you to begin pursuing and claiming the optimal human experience that every human being deserves to enjoy. In order to pursue, claim, and enjoy anything in life, you must identify roadblocks that may be limiting or getting in the way. To identify these obstacles, you must have a vision.

If you can’t clearly see the path to the fun life you want, you will keep stumbling aimlessly wanting to enjoy a certain lifestyle, but never achieving this particular goal. One of the most crippling obstacles that prevent people from achieving their goals of enjoying a life of strength, purpose, and fulfillment is a life of chaos/drama.

A drama-filled lifestyle, over a period of time, will drain the lives of those who allow drama to govern their personal journey. However, it is not uncommon for people to confuse the pleasure they seek in living a fulfilling and enjoyable life, with the annoying drama in their life, as well as their relationship.

If you find drama interesting, you should know some descriptions of drama-filled relationships. Then consider how the following descriptors can become roadblocks that keep you from getting optimal enjoyment of life:

• Addicted
• Complete
• Sacrifice
• Unstable
• Emotional chaos
• Interdependence
• Not sure
• Irrational
• Turn off

Toxic relationships are “Sick Attachments” and one of the dominant elements in sick attachments is “drama.” To fully understand the breakdown of a drama-filled relationship, one must have a knowledge of truth and myth when it comes to drama, and how drama affects relationships.

You may be wondering why I associate relationships with optimal life experiences, so let me explain. Because our relationships revolve around everything that happens in our lives, it’s important to understand the outcome when drama affects every part of our lives. While drama can be defined as joy, it is important to reject the idea that “drama” in a negative context should have a ubiquitous place in an affluent lifestyle.

When an individual embraces and accepts drama into his personal life, he can be sure that it will eventually spread to other parts of his life. Unchecked playback will not load. For example, when personal drama spreads into an individual’s professional life, and it becomes governed by chaos, focus is lost; errors made (unnecessary errors and/or minor errors, as well as very large omissions); excessive absenteeism is a problem that prevents timely completion of projects, if any; excessive personal phone calls disrupt the workplace and become a problem; or someone whose lifestyle is dominated by drama may become erratic in trying to hide the drama.

These people want to be seen by their employers in a certain way (for example, highly respected) and feel embarrassed when those in authority find out about their dramatic lifestyle. Once personal drama begins to affect job performance, regardless of skills or talents that may have been valuable to employers in the past, current poor performance that is the result of a drama-filled lifestyle now makes employees viewed as incompetent.

In most workplace cultures, compensation is based on performance. So once personal drama affects job performance, it directly affects earnings. When considering employees for advancement opportunities, employers want people who will represent them well.

They want to be reassured that those promoted will handle pressure well; they will come to work regularly and will not call often for unscheduled holidays; and that they (employers) have entrusted a valuable task to people who are focused, pay attention to detail, and will deliver peak performance.

The drama that a person brings to the workplace can lead to demotion and/or dismissal. There are many stories of ruined careers, lost homes, lost family and friends due to drama-filled relationships that end in divorce, breakup, or other life-changing bad experiences.

Individuals who try to find solace in places of worship, but again, let their dramatic lifestyle run out of control, will find that the chaotic spirit spills over into the pursuit of spiritual connection. The nature of chaos itself contradicts the nature of spirituality, which is peaceful, harmonious, loving, and religious.

People who allow drama to influence their attempts to connect with a Higher Power beyond their understanding usually suffer from ongoing dissatisfaction or torment; the inner peace they desperately seek continues to be elusive; and relationships with others in their places of worship are impossible because others who value spirituality will not want to connect with the poison of drama.

When drama rules your life, it forbids you from having relationships with balanced people, people who refuse to accept any kind of negativity. Men and women who weren’t used to drama, who weren’t raised in a drama-filled environment, didn’t have the guts or the patience for it. You may be an attractive man or woman; You may be a financially capable man or woman; You may be a man or a woman who offers joy in some form.

However, individuals who value peace, tranquility, and balance in a relationship are able to overlook those things (e.g. physical attraction, finances, etc.) that the drama king or drama queen believes secures a substantive and lasting relationship.

We must learn to distinguish a healthy loving relationship from a toxic relationship or any element of a toxic relationship. Differences make all the difference in the world, and those differences may end up being the difference between life and death.

Pay attention to even the smallest elements of toxic relationships because when they pile up, they eventually become a mass of destruction and confusion capable of bringing out the most stable-minded and able-bodied man or woman. Drama may get your adrenaline pumping for a period of time, but eventually it will eat away at you, your character, and your reputation. This will deny you a healthy love relationship. Have you ever met or heard of someone who is proud of their legacy of drama? I doubt it because there is no honor to be a drama queen or drama king.

When you refuse to give in to drama; when you refuse to let other people pull you into their drama, you exert force. When you feel empowered, you feel good about who you are. When you are empowered, you are able to control certain outcomes. When you are in control, you feel at peace; Your voice is the voice of serenity and reason.

On the other hand, in most cases, when the drama ends, a person is left feeling inferior, unloved, taken for granted, victimized, abused or abused in some way. When you take the time to practice critical thinking instead of falling in love with drama, you take control of your life and environment. The people around you know when you are in control of your life; when you walk in power; what you will accept and what you will reject.

In return, they respond to you with something called “Respect”. Now that you are drama-free, respected, empowered, and have the necessary vision, every part of your life is aligned to reach its greatest potential.