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Learn to Leave Drama at the Door

Posted on 01 June 2011 by Liza Mae V.

I’ve been going through quite the emotional roller coaster in the last week that I feel bipolar. I’m happy then sad then everything makes sense then the next moment it doesn’t. My life is complicated for I choose to complicate it and wonder why I have done this to myself, now I just want to start back to the packaged rubix cube of life where all the colours of my life aligned. Why do we complicate things by misaligning the colours of our lives, then we try to put all the colours back together?

Rubix Cube

I think we are slightly crazy beings who live off drama. Ever wonder why reality shows are so popular? We live to love drama. I just want to be no drama Liza Mae. How do I go back to that?

Maybe all this drama is in my head? I just need to resolve the issues at hand for these issues are consuming my every thought, ultimately resulting to stress.  I’m just mentally exhausted and the absence of my boyfriend is making me climb walls.  It is like I make his absence my excuse for not doing. If he were here I think the weight that I carry would be shared and the burden wouldn’t feel as bad.   As my dear friend Duwayne advised me, I should take out my emotion when dealing with difficult situations for I will have a more logical and positive outlook on life causing my stress to subside.  Well said sir!!

Like I always exclaim, “God doesn’t throw anything at you that you can not handle”.  So when faced with issues at hand, we gotta live and learn from it.  Life is a test and I’m being put through one as we speak.  WE need to step up instead of step down for life always tries to knock us down and we can not knock ourselves down.  We have to stay positive for negativity holds us back from living.

On that note, an inspiring song by Jessie J – Who we Are

“Don’t lose who you are, in the blur of the stars
Seeing is deceiving, dreaming is believing,
It’s okay not to be okay…
Sometimes it’s hard, to follow your heart.
Tears don’t mean you’re losing, everybody’s bruising,
Just be true to who you are”

– Liza Mae

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2 Comments For This Post

  1. Jen Says:
    I think some enjoy those “reality” tv shows because it’s relative drama, however, I don’t think anyone ever enjoys “drama” taking place in their own lives.
    Sometimes things just spiral out of control, and you wonder where things went wrong. It’s time to reclaim/reshape your goals, reframe your action and thoughts, and try to overcome these hurdles.
    live on, live strong…
  2. Antonette Says:
    Maybe the creation of drama keep people busy. The temporary absence from the “real world” is needed sometime to function. Start taking time out for yourself to do what you love. YOU are the most important person in the world and you are no good if you’re not well. It is true that God does not give us more than we can handle – but it’s equally true that if you don’t deal with the thing at a time ; it all just starts to pile up which eventually lead to stress and/or anxiety. There is no such thing as multitasking. As for not wanting do because you partner is not here, I think it’s silly…life does not stop for anything, so why should You? You don’t know for sure and its irrevelant if the added body would help or hurt you. Look at all you’ve had to accomplish on your our. The key here is: what did you learn about yourself? Make the lesson your focus! Keep writing…it does wonders for the soul.

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