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Re: drama

Posted by Pontormo on October 14, 2017, at 9:49:27

In reply to Re: drama, posted by baseball55 on October 13, 2017, at 17:38:05

Maybe you could consider things that aren't drama to be as important as drama. Some people don't have dramatic temperaments-- or have intense temperaments, but not dramatic modes of expression. I have a friend like that-- I wish she would feel comfortable confiding more in me-- I always think she has a lot to say, even though she contains it well and doesn't often reveal a lot.

I'll bet the other women would be interested, if you began to talk about some of your conflicts or even positive and inspiring experiences-- I woud imagine if they're self-aware, some of them at least sense that you have a lot to offer and wish you feel more entitled or freer to contribute --or take the stage-- more often.

(I know you do because of your participation here.)




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