Like all drama, it is found by many to be pointless.
While making one's self look cool and collected, they end up missing out on happiness when the level of disinterest they show turns off the other person and the date goes downhill from there."I went to that new restaurant with Lacy, but she was too much into the Dating Drama for me.
I can’t tell if he’s hurt or if there’s just nothing more to be said.
I don’t do awkward silences well, so I ask the next question that pops into my mind.“So, why’d you stay with her so long in spite of all the crazy?
If I had've wanted a cold, wet fish I would've reached into the fish tank a few feet away and got one!
See if this sounds familiar: Someone phones you and begins breathlessly blurting out the latest dramatic details from his or her life, with all the urgency and intensity of a 911 call. My life is crashing down around me, and I’m on the verge of total meltdown.” Again. Someone whose daily existence is one upheaval or explosion or emotional outburst after another?
In JRR Tolkien’s epic trilogy, we’re introduced to a character named Smeagol.There’s been a nasty argument with the parents, a row with the roommate, a blow-up with the boss. Call them drama queens — or their male equivalent, crisis kings — and call them a real challenge in dating relationships.The particulars of this latest crisis-de-jour aren’t really the point; it’s another BIG PROBLEM to fume and fuss about, another calamity to fret over. You are probably familiar with how these histrionic and havoc-wreaking types act, but have you ever wondered why they act that way? Someone who turns the most mundane situations into mayhem?Psychologists point to several possible reasons: A chaotic childhood atmosphere.“She broke into your home, has threatened ”“Yeah,” my old roommate mutters sheepishly, “You were right about that military/crazy thing.”“Oh, this has nothing to with the military….” I say as I imagine a young woman with a vendetta breaking down a door and stealing my clothes.