In January of this year I published my first art book. This book is a collection of my doodle art and watercolor paintings. With each painting I have told a story from my life and/or personal experience from my journey on being an artist. I’m excited to share with you one chapter from my book. This week is Chapter Number 12: “Always Rise Above The Drama”.
We have all been around that one person that seems to stuck in their own perpetual crisis mode. Everything about them is a monumental big deal surround by enormous animation of gestures and emotions. “Oh my God, the sugar bowl is empty! How did this happen? Who let the sugar bowl get empty? Why didn’t anybody fill the sugar bowl? And then it just goes on and on and on and on. Sorry, I don’t get it!
One day I went to a movie. I didn’t really like the movie as it had a lot of really gross parts. I found myself closing my eyes so I didn’t have to see all the gore. My eyes were closed more than I was actually watching the movie. Finally, I had enough and I got up and left. Yes, I had paid good money to get in and see the movie, but it didn’t bother me one bit to get up and leave.
I am the same way with high-drama people. I don’t like it, it makes me feel really uncomfortable and so instead of submitting myself to their drama, I leave!
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To read the introduction, click here.
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