"Someone who turns something unimportant into a major deal. Someone who blows things way out of proportion when ever the chance is given."
I think we all have a little bit of drama queen in us... I don't think anyone is immune from a "OMG did you see what that guy is wearing" or "Can you believe that he is sleeping with her"... its human nature and I am not casting stones, I am not innocent.
The point of this post I see more and more everyday people trying to make their lives important with drama queen tactics. They aren't happy with the things they are accomplishing so they create "drama" in the fact they have information on others or by dramatizing the faults they see in others. Another giant example is the insane amount of importance we put on the personal lives of celebrities. If folks were stoked and proud about the projects they have going in their personal lives, plain and simple, they wouldn't have time or energy to care about Snookie's baby.
So the cure for "Drama Queen's"is to find a project, anything, that makes your life and the life of folks around you better. Clean a park, volunteer at a shelter or soup kitchen. Become a Big Brother/Big Sister... something, anything.
Quit giving a shit about idiots that go on TV to find love, Wipeout is better TV than the Bachelorette... Start giving a shit about making the world, your world, a better place. There's a billion projects with 50 miles of you that need your help, your time, your money, your ability to spread the word.
We need less Drama Queens and more neighbors.
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...Twitter is coffee shop of the world... the whole world can now know about the good or bad thing you did just like it's always happened at the small town coffee shop.
The Cure for Drama Queens.
Posted by Cody Heitschmidt --Went Live: Monday, July 16, 2012