Drama Queen

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  1. I’m in that same boat right not. A friend that used to be more of a friend told me I’m addicted to drama. Maybe she was right, is right, but I need to let it go!! At least I can see it can get better. Hope you’re having a great Saturday!

  2. Excellent post and I know exactly what you mean.
    Calm is always the aim for me 🙂

  3. Mikhaela Kohlo says:

    Bookmarked. Bookmarked. Bookmarked. Chaos has been the norm all my life. That stops now.

  1. July 6, 2013

    […] stillearning2b just wrote a great post on drama ( ) that’s essentially a nod to being grateful not to have all the drama in her life that she did back when she was swept under the waves of her tsunami divorce.  Unfortunately, with kids involved, and a divorce that’s only 8 months old, the drama comes in like the ocean tide, small waves at first, then bigger and bigger, and if you aren’t careful you get sucked back out into the ocean.   […]

  2. April 8, 2014

    […] You see, our brains are not that different than mice in a lab. We like rewards. And technology has capitalized on that part of human drive and motivation. You gets levels and badges for succeeding in a game on your phone, you get a buzz or chime every time someone contacts you and, on most social media, you vie for likes and shares. Each of those interactions is like giving the proverbial mouse a treat, eliciting a release of dopamine in the brain. And, just like a mouse that receives too much cheese, those electronic rewards fatten us as well. We become accustomed to that higher level of stimulation. […]

  3. June 22, 2014

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  4. November 3, 2014

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  5. November 10, 2014

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