I never used to considered myself as an drama person until one of my friend asked me this simple question “why are you always in the middle of the drama” ouch right. In other word, she reminded me that I’ve been there before, being part of the drama and most importantly why am I sill in it. Although I didn’t start this particular drama, it didn’t end with me either. Plain and simple, I didn’t put a stop to it. So ask yourself this question, are you putting a stop to drama or are you adding to it?
Three ways to stop the drama from coming to your door step.
🚨Stop hanging around people who loves drama . I know it’s not easy but part of not adding on top of the drama is also based on your surroundings. Now, I am not saying to rudely tell these people they are horrible human being but instead make a mental notes of who’s who. We know the people in our lives who always have the tea or the latest drama.
🚨 How do you carry yourself? believe it or not people know who to gossip to and who will not entertain it. I am not saying to be disrespecful or rude but people can tell who’s who.
🚨If drama find a way to sneak into your life, don’t add on top of it. Meaning don’t add perhaps something that happened to you 10 years to the story that can add fuel and don’t go tell sam and harry about what you’ve heard.
With all that being said, all these things can’t happen without you going to God in prayer first, to be homest about how you truly feel about drama. And remember you are not alone, I had to do the same thing, that I liked drama, and the excitement it brought me. In this journey, I have learn you can’t be free from something you afraid to admit you like, so be free in Jesus name.
I hope this post is helpful and stay bless.
Galatians 5:15-16 However, if you continually bite and devour one another, beware that you are not consumed by one another. But I say, live by the Spirit and you will not carry out the desires of the flesh.
1 Thessalonians 4:11 Also, make it your goal to live quietly, do your work, and earn your own living, as we ordered you.
Proverbs 26:17 17 Interfering in someone else’s argument
is as foolish as yanking a dog’s ears.