BLUFSome individuals appear to thrive on drama, but psychologists argue that upon closer examination, one can observe that these individuals often experience feelings of loneliness and a desperate need for control over their lives.
- People who seek drama tend to use exaggerated and dramatic language.
- They also tend to focus on the negative elements of other people’s lives.
- This article identifies seven toxic signs of someone addicted to drama—and how to deal with them.
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