I think it’s safe to say that we all like a little bit of drama here and there to keep us entertained and pre-occupied with someone else’s mess besides our own. We secretly enjoy listening to or watching how someone else deals with an outrageous situation rather than deal with our own issues sometimes. It’s normal, we’re human. Yet there are many of us that are dealing with so much drama in our lives that we’ve become accustomed to the abnormal.
It’s so easy to become complacent with chaos. Sometimes you don’t even realize that you are living in a drama filled world until you find yourself emotionally and physically drained. That man that you have been seeing off and on for the last five years with nothing to show for it – that’s dysfunction. The toxic friendship that you’ve been holding on too for way to long – that’s dysfunction. Dealing with your man’s baby mama drama – that’ dysfunction; similarly always having some sort of man problems – that’s dysfunction. Consistently dealing with the same issues over and over again without any effort or plans to change it, is called living in dysfunction. While doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results is called insanity.
The truth is you are what you attract. If you thrive off negativity, negativity is what you will get. If you have a positive attitude, positive results is what you will reap. Stop blocking your blessings by living your life in mess and mayhem. Just because drama is successful on reality television doesn’t mean it should be your reality. Woman to woman, you deserve a drama free life – stop functioning in dysfunction.
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