Don't Get Caught Up in Relationship Drama. The Stakes are Too High.
This particular post in the Drama-Free Living Series is for people that want to break out of the emotional cycle of drama and operate in a more focused way to achieve their wildest dreams. The good news is it’s possible, and you’re just the person to do it!
The First Step is To Identify Your Relationship to Drama
If you're saying I'm not a Drama Queen (or King), that's great, but you probably have at least one friend who is. Now, I'm going to assume the word friend carries tremendous weight for you. A moniker reserved for your tribe members. So, let's talk about the friend that takes things a little too personally, stirs the pot when it's calm, and loves being front and center with all eyes on them. And, don't forget those mostly one-sided phone calls, full of dramatic tales. You adore your girl, but she’s exhausting!
It can be challenging to imagine your relationship being any different, but understand the more significant the part these folks have in your life, the harder it is to amplify your signal.
Remember your energy is what attracts the amazing stuff into your life. And, right now, your energy is being diverted (and in some cases siphoned off), to satisfy someone else. It's the exact opposite of what you want to happen. To live in the upper stratosphere of success and abundance, a place you've dreamt about (but have never been before) requires a new mindset. One in which you value your energetic frequency.
If your relationship were a movie, would you be a supporting actor in another person's drama?
I know you’re thinking okay Angel, I see what you're saying, but isn't it wrong to give up on someone? The answer is both yes and no. If that someone is you then yes, it's wrong to throw in the towel. If it's not you, then no. But, let me also state that you don't (necessarily) have to cut someone out of your life to achieve a drama-free zone. It may be enough to recognize the imbalance and to redefine the way you engage and the energetic commitment you bring to the relationship. Only you know for certain if the connection is a toxic one.
insights often come when You make improvements in Your life
You commit to better eating, exercise, getting enough rest, etc. These are clear signs of your intention to improve upon the status quo. What starts out as a minor tweak here and there, before you know it, will become a passion for transforming into the best version of yourself. You'll begin to shed old habits as you develop discipline in your practices. Broadcasting a new signal, one that's saying I'm ready for more. You’ll instinctively know when it's time to get other aspects of your house in order too. It could be applying new strategies to resolve longstanding issues, changing jobs or professions, ending a toxic relationship, or something else entirely.
the mindset of a hoarder versus that of a giver
I've said this before, (but in case you missed it) we have to make room in our lives. The process of releasing and redefining will allow you to receive new blessings. Nothing more to add, other than to say, the outrageous things you've been desiring (and some you didn't even ask for) are in a holding pattern, waiting for you to give up the old. Understand that some things will come your way, but nowhere near to what could or should. Let go.
I don't mind admitting that I'm borderline obsessed with the act of cleaning my (inner) house. I make it a point to spend time acknowledging my less than pretty words and actions (because I’m not perfect), examining my relationships for opportunities to improve, facing my fears and false beliefs too. I have a super-sized vision for my life, and with that comes a responsibility to act upon what I know to do. To align my life accordingly; resulting in a turbocharged energetic signal.
My sincere hope is that you too will ditch your relationship to drama, in whatever form it shows up. Begin to align your thoughts, words, and actions to the next level. Do this to clarify your signal, increase to exponential abundance, accomplish more, and start living your ultimate life. You won't regret it!
Always the best,