Life is always better with a little less drama.
Updated: Nov 19, 2020
This week we're talking about DRAMA.
Drama at work is a total time waster and energy depleter, and drama at home is robbing you of time, making happy memories and peace.
DRAMATIC behavior usually comes from either the need to be in control of things or a resistance to change.
So, no wonder the drama-meters are positively exploding right now!
If you're struggling with being over-reactive, extra sensitive, or work/live with someone who is, these 4 tips will help. The most important, as usual, is number 4.
Here are four ways to very quickly reduce un-necessary drama. Implementing just one of these will help you to feel more relaxed, peaceful, and productive.
Replace saying "I have to" with "I get to". Most of these complaints are truly first-world problems.
Try looking at possible solutions instead of focusing on the problems.
Notice the tendency to over-apologize and over-explain. Men don't do that.
Take GOOD CARE of yourself. When you are exhausted, depleted, hungry, tired, frustrated, AND overwhelmed, you're not going to handle things as well as you normally would.
Remember, when you make positive changes, you are showing all the women around you how to do the same.
I'd love to help. If you're creating too much drama in your own life and want to talk it through with a coach, schedule a time to chat with me here.
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