D is for Drama
Drama – does it conjure up a school subject or what’s going on in your life right now?
1) Notice one thing (e.g. thought / circumstance / behaviour / person) that an outsider would consider to be “drama” in your life right now.
2) Do you consider it to be positive, negative or neither?
3) What would your life be like if it wasn’t present?
4) What action can you take here and now, in relation to this drama, to improve your wellbeing?
5) What can you do to reduce any drama in your life?
Drama is designed to be engaging. It is supposed to be entertainment; not a lifestyle. If you feel like you’re living in an episode of “Eastenders,” that’s unlikely to be good for your wellbeing. We all have issues; we all have crises; we all have triggers that are painful; but if you want to improve your wellbeing it’s vital to understand what having drama in your life does for you – for example, it might give you a feeling of being alive, or being important – and then finding much more healthy ways of creating that feeling.
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