I start drama because I like to stir up the pot. I like a good story and I enjoy the drama that comes when I’m the one being dramatic. My story is about me, and I’m the one who initiated it.
Drama is about people who want to get under your skin or make you really uncomfortable. It’s not about what you’re actually going through, it’s more about what you think you’re going through.
Drama is when you are so over the top that you need to be in a bad mood. Like most people, I try to avoid drama and I try to avoid the drama that goes with it. I try to get over it so I can be a good person. If I can avoid drama (and get over it), I can be a better person.
Drama helps us get over it because it makes us feel better about ourselves. It makes us feel like we are not alone in the world. Sometimes you just need to get over it. Sometimes you just need to be a better person. Sometimes you just need to be over it. Sometimes its just like, “Why does this always happen to me?!” Its because you have to be someone else’s drama. You have to be another person’s problem.
As it turns out, your drama is not a problem for your character. It’s a problem for you and everyone else. You can’t fix your problem, you have to get over it. So when you have a problem, you have to get over it. But it doesn’t mean that you have to be a jerk.
There is no way that you can be anyone else’s drama. The only way you will be someone else’s drama is if you stop caring, stop being yourself, and stop trying to be better than everyone else.
There are two parts to drama. The first is that a person tries to be someone elses drama. They might be the nicest person in the world, but they are also selfish, self-centered, and self-saddening. They have to be removed because they are causing harm to themselves and others. The second part is that a person is a drama. But it is not because they are selfish, self-centered, and self-saddening.
The first part is easier to do than the second. And the reason is because a person who is a drama doesn’t have a very good sense of who they are. But the self-centered, self-saddening, selfish person is not going to be removed. They are going to continue on and cause more problems for themselves and others.
The same applies to drama. You and I, as humans, are all drama. And every time we have a problem, we create drama. I know this because there is a lot of drama in my relationship with my wife of three years. I have tried to work on my relationships, but I cant seem to get my shit together. There are times when I just want to talk to her on the phone. I just have a problem with the way that she acts.
To be removed. It’s a matter of perspective. You and I, as humans, are all drama. We live at the intersection of two separate worlds. I live in an environment where I am constantly dealing with the consequences of my actions. You live in an environment where you are constantly dealing with the consequences of your actions. You have a job you hate and you struggle to find a way to deal with the consequences of your actions.