Addicted to the Drama

I once believed it was only a girl thing to feed off chaos.  Girls are often stereotyped with instigating trouble to ignite a dramatic reaction.  I thought it was just a cry for attention and maybe that is how it starts.  However, when the cries worked and gave the attention lacked from sane behavior then these girls grow to women and their bad habits become bad addictions.
I would be remiss to say I didn’t know any women like this that are always the center of mess.  They cause mess in their homes, in their schools, in their churches, and in their organizations.  There was a point when I believed these girls would grow out of this stage whether on their own will or by force.  I say force because in my mind, no man would put up with those attitudes, temper tantrums, and always being the cause of discord.

The Dramatic Two

However, this is not the case.  Men feed off drama too.  There are a few men that feed off their own self-induced drama, but the men I am referring to are the men that feed off the drama caused by their girls within their relationships.  Most men claim they don’t like arguing but in all honesty a lot of men receive the same high from arguing as the girl.  As a matter of fact, some men don’t know how to function in a relationship free of drama.  These men, like their female counterparts, will go out of their way to stir up arguments for arguments’ sake.
The worst case scenario is when people gauge love by how much someone is willing to argue or how much they tolerate nonsense.  How intense the arguments translates to how much passion is in a relationship.  While this is both sad and tragic, it is a choice that both people in the relationship have made because you can’t argue by yourself.  It takes two.

Exhibit A-F:

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