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I Am A Drama Queen

Sunday, July 21, 2013

I have issues with my parents in terms of my life choices.

As hard as this may be on them, it’s harder on me. I don’t want to be a failure. I don’t want my life to come crashing down in ruins every few years. But at this point in my life, I can’t put myself in a situation where I know things can’t get better. I can’t do that to myself. If there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that I have to keep climbing. If I’m setting myself up for a fall, I have to fall from the highest heights. If my life is going to flame out, a small flame out would just lead to something worse. I wouldn’t be able to accept it as an end. An epic flame out would be the only thing that allowed me to go forward. (Of course, no flame out and continual forward progress would be best, but if there’s going to be a flame out, I would like it to be one that makes sure I know there’s no going back).

Is it okay to be a drama queen if I’m willing to admit that I’m a drama queen?
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  • CIRANDELLA
    Try to avoid labeling yourself for those decisions which are really important for you - and you only - to ultimately make. It's fine to seek a little advice if you wish, but it's part of the human growth process for us to learn from decisions we ourselves choose to make.
    1486 days ago
  • USMAWIFE
    life without drama is just boring. Make the choices you need to do for you
    1490 days ago
  • JO88BAKO
    Just do the best you can to make good choices.
    1490 days ago
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