My friend has a lot of stress around this as she has to do a large part of her boss’ job since her boss is goofing off so much.
She’s complained to HR but they say they can’t do anything unless the allegations can be proved.
If someone else is causing them drama, then they need to be more firm in their boundaries.
The bad kind that comes from obnoxious exes, demanding baby daddies, overdue bills, kids running amok, overbearing bosses, to name just a few.
It’s understandable that a man would not want this stress added to his life from a woman he’s dating. I hate dealing with people whose lives are a mess, even if some of that mess is not initiated by them. It’s not the setbacks, but how we deal with them that makes our life full of drama or not.
“Look at your life objectively — would someone looking in think you had a lot of drama?
” “Drama free” is not only a state (baggage), but also an action.
I know some people have little control over their some of their circumstances, but you always have control over how much negative situations affect you.
For example, a gal pal has an overbearing, inappropriate boss.If you want to call that drama, then it might work the same.But what I might call drama, might be nothing to someone else.No one has a stress-free life & we all have a certain amount of baggage once we reach mid-life.However, not letting that baggage get in your way is the key to limiting the “drama” in your life.The only thing my pal can do is work to not let it get her blood pressure up.