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Tips For Avoiding Unnecessary Drama: Part 2

When situations and emotions from them are kept bottled up what do you think happens? Have you experienced that yet? There can be an implosion (internal eruption) or an explosion (external eruption) and neither of them feel good. We often may even feel "crazy". Some tips to express yourself without feeling like you are nagging them, no matter who they are

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Tips for Avoiding Unnecessary Drama (Pt. 1)

Another issue with accepting unnecessary drama is not knowing you are doing it! Take inventory of your life and the people who are around you. Someone once told me that all of my friends were dramatic, which meant I was a dramatic person. I was shocked! I asked them to elaborate. They simply told me "Birds of a feather flock together". I thought about it, frustrated, of course. But it was true. 

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Do You Have Addictive Behaviors?

Are there any negative consequences? Love, Shopping,Video Gaming, Eating, Internet/Social Media Usage, Exercise. All of which feel so good, that we reach for them when we are feeling bad. The immediate reaction to pain is to get right out of it, fast. So we build compulsions to the behavior. It is a learning style that builds over time. The urges that are built can then lead to cravings. The cravings feel like hunger which turns into the inability to restrain yourself. Your life is then set up around the addiction.

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What Getting Laid Off Taught Me about Resilience

I had to think about my three babies, my home I just purchased only five months prior to this termination, and other aspects of my life that were dependent on this job. I had to switch my mind to a problem solving entity and not one that stores up the negative information and thoughts i'd had.

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