Do you find yourself always falling out with friends, or others in general? Do you find it hard to maintain a guy's interest for a substantial amount of time, aside from sexually? All of these things are major red flags that you could possibly be a drama filled person. It's not always everyone else. No longer should you go through life blaiming everyone else for all of the mess and chaotic situations in your life. It's time to pay attention to the fact that you are always the common denominator, take responsibility, and make some personal changes. Here are just a few tips to begin living a life free of mess and drama-filled situations.
It's okay to say "I'm wrong, and I'm sorry". If you go through life continuing to always think you're above apologies, or that you are justified in all that you do, the world will become more and more of a lonely place. It takes a mature person to admit when they are wrong, and try to clear things up with others. Denial and grudges may be easier, but they won't get you too far.
Learn to walk away from unnecessary exchanges. You don't always have to be the one to tell someone about themselves, and "put them in their place". There is no need to go around challenging anything anyone says and does to you. Think before you act, and learn the importance in simply removing yourself from irrelevant situations and conversations, so that you don't lose your cool over anything silly, and also so that your name doesn't get mixed up in anything it doesn't have to be. This includes gossip. The less you know about other people's lives, the less you can involve yourself in things that don't really pertain to you.
Let go of your need to be right and have the last word all the time. It's simple. Bad attitudes are only "attractive" on the tv screen. There's nothing cute about someone that's always full of the energy to go back and forth with anyone that breathes wrong. People are going to have opinions about you until the day you leave this earth. Stop wasting all energy on things you cannot control, and adding to problems instead of finding solutions. There's no reward for the person that always gets the last word. In reality, you simply look like the one who's angrier, and just can't let it go. Unnecessary back and forth verbally, and tit for tat behavior is draining, and pushes people away from you. No one wants someone that immature around them, it's uncomfortable for all.
Overthinking leads to negativity. Overthinking can be a blessing and a curse. It is often the main reason for conflict between people, mainly friendships and the workplace.When we constantly overthink things, it begins to allow negativity to begin creeping into our minds. We remove the chance for pure and positive things when we overthink negatively. Things that may be completely innocent can begin to seem shady, and have other motives behind them. A simple statement from someone you know little about can turn into a snide behavior that's used to get you in your feelings. When you think too much about what people really mean by what they say and do, you completely overshadow the reality of what is really being expressed. Everyone is not out to get you. Everyone is not jealous of you. Everyone is not hopeful of your failure. Removing your need to overthink everyone's actions and comments can be one of the greatest moves you'll ever make in life.