Tuesday, February 28, 2012


I found this on the Urban Dictionary and thought it was fitting.


A way of relating to the world in which a person consistently overreacts to or greatly exaggerates the importance of benign events.

Typically "drama" is used by people who are chronically bored or those who seek attention.

People who engage in "drama" will usually attempt to drag other people into their dramatic state, as a way of gaining attention or making their own lives more exciting.

Common warning signs/ risk factors of drama or a dramatic person are:

1. Having one supposedly serious problem after another.

2. Constantly telling other people about one's problems.

3. Extreme emotionality or frequently shifting, intense emotions.

4. Claiming to have experienced negative events that are highly implausible.

5. A boring job or mundane life.

6. Making claims without sufficient evidence or a lack of detail about supposedly serious events.

7. A pattern of irrational behavior and reactions to everyday problems.
Sarah had a slight fever and mild cough. She decided to use drama, in order to receive sympathy and attention, so she told everyone she was deathly ill.

Debra lost her keys then spent four hours crying and yelling at her husband.

Mary did not answer her cell phone for an hour, so John feared that she had died in a horrible car accident.

Someone stole Steve's can of Coke from the break room fridge, now he believes that someone at work is trying to destroy him.


  1. If I've told you once, I've told you a million times, QUIT PICKIN' ON ME!


  2. Regardless, I hope you had a wonderful Birthday!

  3. That's funny Gorges

    DFW - Thank you

    Livin - I know, right.

  4. Your daughters post was lovely. Happy Birthday MDR.

  5. sista - Thank you for letting me know. I didn't even know she posted.

  6. Drama is way over rated if you ask me. It takes way to much effort. - Genevieve