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Why do we put up with so much drama in our life?

  1. sangre profile image95
    sangreposted 6 years ago

    Why do we put up with so much drama in our life?

    Why does life have to be so complicated sometimes.

  2. Blond Logic profile image98
    Blond Logicposted 6 years ago

    This is an interesting question. I don't think people 'put up with the drama' I think they unnecessarily create it in their lives. Some people are drama queens and want people to take pity on them and so they play that part.

    When all is said and done, some people just deal with their problems and move on. Others need an audience and have to make a song and dance about it.

  3. shampa sadhya profile image82
    shampa sadhyaposted 6 years ago

    Most of the people want to have a high profile image and always want some hype around them. To achieve such a goal you need to have attention from others and how one will derive attention without making the life complicated for no reason at all. Complication means lot of discussion then a search for solution and later again some agreement or disagreement will go on unfolding. Thus, life is always full of drama only because people want it that way. Most of the people do not believe in smooth outcome and it leads to drama.

    I found this question quite interesting.

  4. Author Cheryl profile image88
    Author Cherylposted 6 years ago

    Because people are not willing to let go of it.  There is no reason that any human being should have to put up with drama especially women.  Rid yourself of negative people and move on to a new drama free life.  We were not put on earth to suffer for anyone.

  5. profile image0
    Janhornerposted 6 years ago

    I honestly do not know!  Where I work is like an on going drama I've put up with  for five years.  I'm still not sure if it's good or bad for you.  I've also had some very dramatic moments in my personal life.   I think it is something we all handle at the time without realising how well we deal with these moments.

    Well, I have my two grand sons with me at the moment Aflie 4 and Jack 2 fighting over a car (even though there are loads more sitting in the toy box!).   That's my dramatics for the day.

    Jan

  6. ThussaysNanaMarie profile image76
    ThussaysNanaMarieposted 6 years ago

    Maybe because we want to. Once we have had enough we soon find a way out otherwise known as PEACE.

  7. jeugenejohn profile image79
    jeugenejohnposted 6 years ago

    Outlook towards life depends upon how we approach a problem. From child hood we are taught "life is a bed of nails". This becomes embedded in our thought process and we approach every situation in a difficult way. Even if it is a simple process, we make it complicated. There is always a simple way to do anything and is quoted by the proverb "Anyone can make a simple event, complicated, but genius makes a complicated thing, simple"

  8. Lastheart profile image70
    Lastheartposted 6 years ago

    I think that many just don't know how to pass the page. Others love to live with tragedies and leave to the side their blessings. I know those who just will make a simple comment turn into an offensive and negative criticism. What it is in the heart will come out, that is why without God we will not be able to keep this earthly life. There are many lovely things, situations and people that could surround us with real love...the rest will be alright.

  9. That Grrl profile image77
    That Grrlposted 6 years ago

    I think people mimic the TV shows where every smallest situation has to become a drama. A lot of people speak the way people do on TV and they copy their reactions to events/ circumstances/ situations too.

    I have women friends who changed after watching Sex and the City for years. I never watched it maybe that's how I notice the changes in them and the way they talk about things, how they see things and react.

  10. Aarisa profile image61
    Aarisaposted 6 years ago

    I have gotten rid of a lot of drama by separating myself from "friends" who seem to live of it.  There is always going to be drama... mine has been greatly reduced.

  11. Dubuquedogtrainer profile image60
    Dubuquedogtrainerposted 6 years ago

    What is "drama?" This is a slang term that I find rather meaningless. I find it annoying when people use these kinds of vague and ambiguous terms in communication because any subsequent discussion is based on a weak understanding of the term itself and in my opinion, ironically only leads to more "drama."

  12. ecoggins profile image91
    ecogginsposted 6 years ago

    That is a very good question. From a Christian philosophical point of view, I would say its because we want to believe the best of people even when they consistently show us their worst. Through faith and hope, we feel things will turn around sooner or later and the drama will end. But, drama can be what makes life interesting to us. Even though it's difficult, we would not want anyone to walk out on us and so we choose not to walk out on them. Of course, it could also be that we are fearful of branching out to discover a new life. I think Tony Robbins would say that the pain of being alone and lonely as well as the fear of the unknown is greater than the fear of staying in a difficult relationship or other life situation. Even so, no situation is perfect and drama will come in nearly every one of them. Maturity of heart comes to the person that can find rest and solitude in the midst of the darma in order to minimize its effects.

  13. Zenofsong profile image60
    Zenofsongposted 6 years ago

    Drama is what we are. Our life is a drama. When we think about ourselves, we think about all the things we've been through, good and bad, that have happened to us.

  14. dzephaniah profile image60
    dzephaniahposted 6 years ago

    A little drama is a good thing, because a person needs a constant challange in his/her life, to be happy. However if drama is almost a daily accurance in you life, you have a problem. That means that you live a life of a lie and that you didn't create a good enviroment for you.

  15. Craan profile image68
    Craanposted 6 years ago

    I guess it is a way to learn how to make the best choices in life.

  16. profile image0
    Starmom41posted 6 years ago

    (again the comment button won't work- )

    Some people truly enjoy/need being the center-of-attention, & have no prob creating havoc for that purpose.
    Many times, though, it's a matter of throwing a negative label on someone when you don't like what they say or do.  meaning- manipulation.

  17. dannelmarchese profile image61
    dannelmarcheseposted 6 years ago

    Conflict creates. It is the beginning and the end of all of our fixations. Without conflict, without struggle, we have nothing. Man is not meant to be content.

 
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