Yep, you got it, drama is a bitch, a full rounded ball of bitch that insists on knocking on our door.
Why the frock can’t it just go away and give us a break?!
I remember feeling like I was constantly attracting drama into my life. Right, Left and Centre! And THAT’S why I decided to make drama MY BITCH and not the other way around…
Lets face it, drama is a part of life, we are faced with problems, life situations and some stuff that we just don’t want to deal with. We don’t want to carry other people’s problems on our shoulders, but somehow people seem to keep dumping their shit on our garden.
To a certain extent that’s fine. That’s how we grow, learn and most importantly decide what we want or don’t want in our lives. The fine point is identifying what serves and what doesn’t serve you.
So…Are you sick of drama in your life? Let me help you make it your bitch!
You can start by exploring some important points about a particular situation…
Does this situation help me in any way?
Is there a message being held within it?
How Am I receiving this message?
Am I so trapped on this cycle of negativity that my eyes can only see dark, even when it does not belong to me or it isn’t there?
How do I take a good look at it and understand if this is about me or not?
Drama is definitely a big energy drainers. I now know it has no place in my daily life. So when I see, feel or hear it coming, those are questions that help me explore the issue further…
Where are those main drainers coming from?
Who is making me feel surrounded and drained by it?
And how can I dissociate and move away from this situation that is sucking the happiness out of me?
If a person doesn’t make you feel good on a regular basis, you have to let them go. And by that I don’t mean cutting them off completely, it could simply be distancing yourself. And I get it, it’s hard, sometimes those people are the ones closest to us (aka friends & family).
But remember, people won’t change unless they are ready. We can give as much advice as we have from our know it all box, but they won’t listen or act on it if they aren’t ready. And sometimes the best lessons are the ones we struggle the most to learn.
Think of a time of growth and change for you…”Was it easy?”
Yes, I get that people need love, especially when they are struggling, but there is a fine line in giving love and letting them suck the life out of you.
So next time you get stuck on a cycle of drama, stop and think about it…
Is this serving me in a positive way?
Is this person ready to learn their lesson?
Have I got any purpose on their journey in this particular situation?
What could I be doing instead that would make me feel happier?
And yep, that’s right, DO THAT and make drama your bitch too!