If you feel like you're a magnet for drama, there might be a reason you keep attracting it. You have a lot more control over drama than it does over you.
Why Do We Create Drama?
As much as we all want it to be, the world isn't predictable. You likely long for things around you to be comfortable and easy. In reality, though, there's a lot to do each day, and work and relationships can be difficult and frustrating. You get stressed, and from the stress comes the drama.
You may create drama because you're stressed, in pain, or bored. It can be absolutely true that someone hurt you, or you need something to fill your time. However, getting caught in drama doesn't take away pain, and there are other ways to have fun besides stressing yourself more with needless drama.
Have a psychic reading online to start to identifying beliefs or expectations you hold that lead to drama. You've likely subconsciously developed ideas of how others should act and of how your own life should unfold. Clinging to ideals that don't align with reality just sets you up for drama.
Recognize Drama, Then Change Your Outlook
If you find yourself involved in drama in many areas of life, look at yourself honestly. You're the constant factor, so are you just creating drama where there is none? Reacting with drama draws other dramatic people to you. Consider if you're seeking attention or an adventure, then push these desires towards something more productive.
A shift in perspective can go a long way. Live in the moment and find happiness in little things, which will help you let go of things you can't control. Pull yourself back from a situation to help yourself see that it doesn't have as much importance as you're giving it.
Before it spills out into the rest of your life, drama unfolds in your own mind. When you feel yourself becoming overwhelmed, take a step back and remind yourself that the feeling isn't permanent. Then shift your attention to things you do have control over so that you can proactively find a solution.
Remove Drama From Relationships
If someone comes to you with their personal drama, don't feed into it. You can be a good friend and listen for some time, but then you need to take care of your own needs. Many people will also calm down if someone else doesn't confirm their feelings by continuing the dramatic dialogue.
Take some time to reconsider which relationships in your life might be unhealthy, too. A psychic network can help you with this. If there are people who make you unhappy and stressed, cut down on the time you spend with them or cut them out completely. If it's not a relationship you can or want to break off, learn to recognize what triggers drama. When those things start to come up in conversation, move on to another topic.
Don't let drama rule your life. Take a step back and see the drama for what it is, then start to remove it to create healthier dynamics for yourself and your relationships.