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Posted by baseball55 on October 11, 2017, at 18:13:30

I get together with a group of women friends once a week just to talk about things going on in our lives. I find that all of them seem to have endless drama in their lives - issues with children, grandchildren, spouses, ex-spouses, parents, siblings, friends.

I always feel like I have little to say because my life is pretty much drama-free, except for the drama I create myself with occasional bouts of severe depression. My family is doing well and we get along well, my ex-husband and I get along well, my parents are dead. My relationships with friends are pretty good, except for the drama in their own lives, which I have to listen to.

What about others? Is there a lot of drama in your life, or are things just rolling along?

I should also add that a lot of the drama seems to revolve around poor boundaries (letting others create drama in your life). It's something that comes up again and again in the group. I feel I have and have always had strong boundaries (at one point, too strong - nobody could get in except my daughter and husband). Do you have good boundaries or is this something you struggle with?




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