What constitutes drama in dating
I think that personal drama is when a person wants to be noticed and talks non stop about their issues and they make it a bigger deal than it should be of things and are very loud about it. Like coming from a toxic family or losing a job or losing anything like a home or a boyfriend/girlfriend.When people say that they don't want any "drama" I always think that they don't like "melodramatic" type (like I said above). Like I have a friend of mine who said that I have a lot of drama in my life because of my parents toxic behavior and the bad luck with my recent living conditions, but I did NOT over react about it that is why I do NOT think I am a "drama queen".The particulars of this latest crisis-de-jour aren’t really the point; it’s another BIG PROBLEM to fume and fuss about, another calamity to fret over. You are probably familiar with how these histrionic and havoc-wreaking types act, but have you ever wondered why they act that way? Someone who turns the most mundane situations into mayhem?To say, oh I don't deal with drama, is saying I don't have the strengh or drive to better tough situations. I believe we all have to deal with it at some point, and time.In my experience it tends to come from a guy who is static and lacks action. What is being referred to is that we don't want any Baby daddy drama or whatever baggage you are carrying.Plentyoffish dating forums are a place to meet singles and get dating advice or share dating experiences etc.
We have a massive host of cognitive biases that color how we see the world and how we see ourselves, and it’s incredibly easy to justify ourselves to paint us in the most positive light.
As adults, these people consciously or subconsciously look for ways to satisfy the hunger for commotion. Healthy people have learned how to just “be”—they know how to enjoy calm moments, savor solitude, and tolerate times of boredom.
Drama queens and crisis kings need turmoil to keep them stimulated and preoccupied.
This leads to the girl being irritated and try to push them to be a man. If it's drama that was created together then thats different.
Also saying you want a drama free girl, won't keep the "drama" girls away, b/c no girl sees herself as being "drama" filled. It's the drama and problems you bring from outside that is not wanted.
So with that in mind, I want you to answer some questions as honestly as you can. Sometimes when things go tits-up it is someone else’s fault.