Square Peg ● Round Hole







If you are breathing, you have been the exposed to drama.  Whether you create it, live it, or simply walk into to it, drama is like a cancer that can slowly eat away at your sanity.    Last year, when I decided to love some select people from afar, the deciding factor was the chaos that seemed to envelope them.  There was always a crisis and constant anxiety, most of which was unnecessary to say the least.

I certainly believe the hype that individuals who crave attention are the creators of their own drama.  Unfortunately, as my experience recently showed, their drama creates emotional havoc on others.    The situation is always blown out of proportion and in the end the casualties are the individuals who got sucked in to the chaos.

Funny, as the events were unfolding, I, too,  was sucked in even though no one really was involving me.   It was a case of concern and sympathy, which by now, I should know better. It just reinforced my pledge to not be the hostage of such relationships.

As I reflect on those that I have disengaged from, the common denominator is always drama peppered with dishonesty and the ability to promote their own agendas.  Gratefully, I have progressed into involving myself with people that are authentic with a dose of sarcasm and the ability to laugh at themselves.  Life is too short to be wasted on people who are trying to suck the life out of me.   I prefer those who add to my life, not take from it.