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Well Im not addicted to it. I really enjoy PEACE...but I'm always the one caught up in it by no choice of my own it seems whether its family or work related or anything else. Also Im normally the one who is trying to support someone who is experiencing drama. You know be a shoulder to lean on or a ear to listen.. I really don't have a problem with that though.
My job has alot of drama and it has caused me to stay in my office alot. ha ha..I come out to heat up my lunch and bathroom breaks.
I'm almost never involved IN drama - and do my best not to be. But I have to admit, I love watching from the sidelines As long as it doesn't affect me really. I'm not really in any gossip circles at work so I'm actually pretty unaware of any drama going on here.
I tend to flee from it like the plague to safe ground on the sidelines! LOL.
Then again, I can't stand by and let anyone be bullied either. And at the centre of drama is usually a bully. So, yes I flee, but if I feel someone needs some backup, I'm generally the first one in to mediate or pound down the bully by a peg or two.
Becky, mommy to my Monkey Pie, Maggie (June 10, 2010)
I avoid it at all costs. I don't want to see it, I don't want to hear about it, and I sure as sh** don't want to be involved in it!
DH has quite a bit of drama on his side of the family, but luckily we live far enough away that we never get dragged into it. There was a girl at work (she actually just left a few weeks ago to start another job) that was constantly griping about all our other coworkers. It really brought me down at the time, and made me bitter towards my job. I felt better once she left because she took all her negativity with her.