Does there always seem to be things going on in your life that are frustrating and out of control? Perhaps the people who come into your life just seem to treat you the same way over and over again? No matter how much you do to try and find peace, is it sometimes just out of reach, or even worse, not feeling as though it is in the works for you at all? There could be a reason for this. In this day and age where “reality” television runs rampant on nearly every channel from being a “real housewife” to being a “pawn star” and even to having a restaurant that is in dire need, it seems there is no boundary for eccentric, exciting, and (dare I say it) DRAMATIC programming in our daily need for entertainment. Somehow soap operas are just not suitable anymore because they are too unrealistic. However “fun” and exciting it is to watch drama on television it can be pretty much agreed upon that drama in real life is so frustrating that one would be willing to do just about anything to be rid of it… except look at how they could be inviting those little chaos demons into their lives. The first and best way to see if you are addicted to drama is to see how you are interacting with your world. Are you in a constant state of reacting to bad people, places, or things that are happening TO you? Before you go telling me you cannot help it how other people act, and it is not your fault that your job closed and you are out of work, and that your ex is not paying child support and that if these things would just STOP, your life would be so much better (enter heavy sigh because no one understands you). Here is a clue for you. 50% of all marriages ends in divorce, as of this writing the jobless rate in the United States is nearly 10% and there are many people suffering through money problems with INTACT marriages let alone the child support issue, so you are NOT unique. The difference between them and you is how they are handling their situation. Another way one can be sure they are addicted to drama is if they become bored with just doing things that everyday people do who are… oh I don’t know, stable, reliable, and say… content? Sure content is boring, but it is also necessary for emotional growth and to reach a higher spiritual plane. See, it is really very simple. If you are so busy surviving from day to day that you never eat or rest properly, then how are you every going to expect anything more of yourself than mere survival? You have a higher purpose, you know… and you deserve to have happiness… now just accept it! For more information on how to transform yourself from this drama filled existence first you must accept that this is actually what is happening. Then, once you have turned your back on the things that you are allowing to keep you from success, take a gander at this book I found to help you out: Discover Your Inner Goddess Queen: An Inspirational Journey from Drama Queen to Goddess Queen By Kelly Sullivan Walden. You should have plenty of time on your hands and it will keep you from being bored!