Saturday, October 25, 2008

How to Survive Being a Drama Queen

Drama queens love to exaggerate every little detail in their life for excitement. However if they don't contain themselves, they can annoy everyone around them and become disorganized and stressed out. Here's a guide to being yourself but restrained.

1-Don't go on and on about your latest problem when talking to people. Yes you think it's so cruel that the restaurant lost your diner reservation, but people may not appreciate it as much, especially if you go over it 30 times.

2-Don't be moody all the time. People have their own lives to live and will not always have the time to cheer you up over little things. On the flip side if you're super happy hyper all the time, that's going to be hard to take too. Feel what you need to feel, but not too extremely unless it's for good reason.

3-Don't throw hissy fits. Nobody likes a baby.

4-Don't be desperate for attention. You probably love the limelight but if you chase it, it'll run away from you.

5-Throw yourself into the arts. Reading books, seeing and participating in theatre will really get your inner drama queen going. It can be a really great output.

6-Don't be upset if you don't get the part you want in a play. There's many different reasons why you weren't picked for the lead. Just accept it and think of reasons in how you can improve. Take acting, singing and/or dancing lessons if you have to. Don't hold anything against the people who did get a good part.

7-Be yourself! You have the power to entertain people and make them laugh.

8-Just keep in mind that with great power comes great responsibility.

Research: Wikihow

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