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Old 05-24-2012, 06:00 AM
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Originally Posted by km34 View Post
This worries me. Drama didn't follow me when I was a teenager. I purposefully separated myself from drama in high school and by the time I got to college I was done with it. Sure, there are bits of drama that can come up in various relationships but if a relationship = drama more often than not, I'm out. It's not worth it. There are some people that I've had in my life that I have loved dearly, but I had to tell them that I could NOT have their drama-filled influence in my life. They chose drama over me. I'm okay with that. I miss them, but overall my life is better because of it.
This was entirely an off-hand comment.

Insecurity and... well, mostly my drama is insecurity... and we'll mention insecurity, for good measure...
It's not that drama is part of my relationships, it's that drama is part of my mind. And not so much that it's bad, I think.

It's just... growing up.

And I'm okay with it; it's because I'd rather jump head-first into a discussion like this and consider everything than to ignore it while I'm waiting for it to play out. It means my head's a little chaotic at times, but it's just the way I process things. With the bonus of being quite well-prepared when a situation does play out
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