Drama Queens Love…

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Drama Queens assume that someone doesn’t like them.  Assume their boyfriends are cheating on them.  Assume that people are out to get them.  Drama Queens assume that their bosses don’t respect them. Because their bosses hate them, Drama Queens assume that their bosses would never promote them, never listen to them or give them a raise.  Drama Queens assume that they aren’t hot enough for some guy. Assume that they don’t have enough money for this or that but they DESERVE it.  (insert whine here)  Assume that no one understands, cares, loves, appreciates them.  Blah Blah Blah.

Bitches don’t have time to assume.  They’re too busy.  If they have a question on their minds, they ask it and be done with it.  They don’t spend hours wallowing in it.  Assuming, like whining, makes a Sassy Bitch want to nap.

When you are in “assuming” mode, you know your Drama Queen is ruling the roost.  She must be exercised.  Literally!   Exercise that little whiny brat out.  My Drama Queen surfaced yesterday.  Was I ever a little brat.  Just back from a fab vacation.  My coaching sessions with some really beautiful, inspiring women were so fun!  And my panties were soooooooo in a bunch.  It was raining out so my Drama Queen couldn’t go for a walk. (Dramatic sniff)  So what does a Sassy Bitch do when exercising won’t get rid of the brat?

Appreciation.  I went over and over in my mind what I was thankful for.  I felt better.  Then I found out a family friend had died.  He had cancer, was not expected to live long, but he died much quicker than anyone had thought.  Another reason to be grateful.  I was happy, healthy and surrounded by those I love.  More appreciation needed and completed.

So when your Drama Queen goes into “Assume Mode,”  try the following:

  1. Exercise the brat out of you.
  2. Be deeply grateful for all you have.  List all the things over and over in your mind.
  3. Lather, rinse and repeat until you are feeling your happy sassy self again.

Love, Goddess

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3 thoughts on “Drama Queens Love…

  1. I just have to say I love this site.Its awesome.My bf broke up with me in Jan and I really wasnt sure why exactly.Till last month when he started to email me,come to find out he was checking up on me,reading my facebook ALL the time.He told me the reasons,and I pretty much knew.So thats why since Jan. i was working thru getting these issues delt with,thats when I stumbled on your site.
    Now he recently told me “there ya go,your bieng a drama queen again” I had no idea what a drama queen was,I started googling it.Nothing i came up made sense.Except sometimes I do make big deals out of small things.My question is if he really thinks Im like this,how do I stop?I dont want to come across as a drama queen to people.

  2. Hi Angie,
    I don’t know enough about your relationship to know how he truly thinks. However, I don’t like how he is calling you a Drama Queen. Is he doing it in a playful way or a condescending way?

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